Protected bike lanes on 30th Street

Letter in support of protected bike lanes on 30th Street in North Park

BikeSD member Matt Schalles sent this email and we wanted to share. Support protected bike lanes on 30th Street by sending your own message today to kevinfaulconer@sandiego.gov and christopherward@sandiego.gov.  Greetings Mayor Faulconer and Representative Ward, Thank you for supporting the plan to add protected bike infrastructure to 30th Street in North Park. There are numerous benefits to the community, spanning health, environmental, and economic considerations. There are myriad…

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Presidio Drive streetview

A vision for the Presidio: one-way vehicular loop on Presidio & Jackson

To support safer biking and walking conditions on Presidio Drive and around the beautiful park, BikeSD is creating a vision and a collaborative effort to redirect traffic into a one-way vehicular loop composed of Presidio Drive and Jackson Street. Vehicles would be restricted to a single direction — either westbound on Presidio; eastbound on Jackson or the reverse — while people walking and riding would gain the extra land space to go in either direction, such as other multi-use paths around…

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Streetview image of Morena crossing under I-8

Bike markings coming to Morena Blvd at the Interstate 8 crossing

New bike striping plans and signage for bike riders will be implemented on Morena Boulevard where it crosses Interstate 8 in the next few months. This is an exciting moment in time when Caltrans takes the opportunity to implement safe street markings on state-controlled interchanges that can provide additional guidance, safety, and comfort for people riding bikes. These Morena Blvd stripings were triggered when BikeSD Board President Nicole Burgess rode through the area and sent a tweet to…

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west point loma blvd, 2019

A Wonderful Transformation for West Point Loma Blvd

Yay - I will finally be able to safely ride my bike down West Point Loma Blvd to get ice cream at 31 Flavors. And I can stop at Barons and Grocery Outlet for some groceries. And the next day, I might hit the bank and enjoy a yoga class. A short bike ride to local businesses is a great amenity for all of us. I am truly grateful for the community of Ocean Beach and Point Loma for supporting this amazing opportunity to repurpose our streets as they are resurfaced. Many thanks also to Council…

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Flavordome April 22 photo

Monday, April 22 – BikeSD Mixer Meetup at Flavordome

Come meet up and have a beer with BikeSD's board of directors for a social mixer at Modern Times' FLAVORDOME! We'd love to hear your ideas about biking and bike advocacy in San Diego. And we'll be celebrating our successful event: the Family Ride and People Protected Lanes on 30th Street. Join us for a drink and stay for our full board meeting at 7:00 pm, if you'd like. We love doing outreach with the amazing bike community in our city!   Event Details Date: Monday, April 22 Time: 5:30 pm…

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Protected lanes image for West Point Loma Blvd

Advocacy Alert: Bring Protected Bike Lanes to West Point Loma Blvd

Thursday, April 18, 2010 - 6 PM to 8:30 PM Peninsula Community Planning Board Meeting Location: Point Loma Library, 3701 Voltaire Street, San Diego, CA 92107 Come voice your support for fully-protected Class IV bike lanes along West Point Loma Blvd. The City of San Diego is presenting this option to the Peninsula Community Planning Board. It's critical that bike and street safety advocates come and support this project to help create an amazing transformation of a neighborhood street and…

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Bike Infrastructure Explained: Bike Box

Bike box University Ave and 6th Ave This post is the first in a series of posts that will explain and illustrate bicycle infrastructure designs. These are the designs we want to see on our streets.…

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Balboa Station Plan: Does it solve the mobility issues around Balboa Ave station?

As anyone that has ridden along the Rose Canyon Bike Path or in the UTC area knows, SANDAG is in the process of extending the Mid-Coast Trolley from Old Town to UCSD and UTC area. The potential of…

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A response to Hillcrest Business Association’s Campaign against Uptown Bikeway

Our friends at Hillcrest Business Association (HBA) have resumed their social media push to gut San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) Uptown bikeway. While tempting to ignore the HBA’s stale…

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Closing the Hillcrest Gap: Councilmember Todd Gloria’s departing gift?

University Ave between 5th and 6th: 8 lanes devoted to moving and storing cars; none for bikes.   “We couldn’t accomplish that at SANDAG but I think we can accomplish that as a city project.”…

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