West Point Loma Blvd. showing cyclists riding on sidewalk, 2019
West Point Loma Blvd bike lanes: still no approval from PCPB

On Thursday night, staff from San Diego's Traffic & Storm Water Division (TSW) presented…

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Park Boulevard and Robinson Av intersection design 2018
Park Boulevard Bikeway – open house & traffic safety hearing January 8

Mark your calendars for the January 8th open house and hearing about SANDAG's proposed Park…

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2018 Year End Update
BikeSD Campaigns 2018 – End of Year Report

BikeSD saw progress on a number of local campaigns for bike infrastructure in 2018 — as well as a…

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Map of the 2018 Downtown Mobility Plan
The Downtown Mobility Plan hits the ground but much work remains

The Downtown Mobility Plan (DMP) has broken ground in San Diego as of December 19, 2018! Paint…

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Balboa Ave Station's poor access for bikes and pedestrians
Little hope for MidCoast and Balboa Transit Station

The City of San Diego's Balboa Specific Plan is going to the San Diego Planning Commission tomorrow…

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Cover slide of the Gilman Drive road diet presentation, November 2018, by Judi Tentor
Gilman Drive (La Jolla) buffered bike lane update

Cover slide of the Gilman Drive sewer line re-striping presentation, November 2018 A four-lane…

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Normal Street Promenade before and after photo. Left side shows University at Normal St as currently configured in 2018. On the left, a rendering in 2016 of the promenade.
Normal Street Promenade Workshop Seeks Biker Input on January 24

The image at right is a 2016 artist's rendering by KTU+A of a potential configuration of a new…

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Three red JUMP bikes on University and 4th Ave in San Diego, CA.
Free JUMP ebike rides through December 9

On November 19, 2018, Uber announced the launch of dockless electric bikeshare service JUMP in San…

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Throwback Thursday: San Diego Has Moved Forward Since 2012

2012 Die-in after David Ortiz was killed. Photo: Randy Van Vleck Back in 2012, the city of San…

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Bankers Hills/Park West Community Association Voluntarily Dismisses their Lawsuit over Fourth and Fifth Avenue Bike Lanes

Happy people riding on Fifth Avenue buffered bike lanes. Photo: Beth Peralta-Reed Good news: Leo…

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Tomorrow: Three Decades After the Promise Was Made: I-15 Bike Path Construction to Begin

El Niño may have delayed the start of the construction of the I-15 bike path, but tomorrow the…

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Today: Community Workshop for the Downtown Mobility Plan

The third Community Workshop for the Downtown Mobility Plan is scheduled to be held this evening at…

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When You Give, The Impact is Tangible

The attraction to try and speak broadly of 'safe streets' and 'strong communities' is strong. It's…

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Joe LaCava Announces Withdrawal from City Council race

It was announced today that civil engineer, three-term Chair of the San Diego Community Planners…

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City Heights’ First Road Diet: Fairmount Avenue

About a month ago, City Heights got its first road diet. We've had a drought of road diets in this…

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City’s Development Services Building: Now Less Ugly With Bike Racks on B Street

A scary place to park a bicycle is right next to a looming parking garage with a ramp from the…

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News, Links, and Other Views

December Nights photo by Emily Valdez. San Diego This past weekend was December Nights, the annual…

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San Diego Commuters: 30th and Upas

In an effort to document the varied riders that currently ride in San Diego here is the first in a…

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San Diego County Spends $36M To Give Employees Free Parking

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors recently cut the ribbon to officially open a new…

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A Bike Route Network Appears in Old Town

Since the first shared lane markings appeared in Old Town about four years ago, some more changes…

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