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News and Stories
“Bike Commuter of the Year” Nominations Now Open
Vital Signs Data Release: Fatalities and Injuries From Crashes on the Rise
Vital Signs, the Bay Area’s comprehensive performance monitoring website, has released the latest data for road fatalities and injuries from roadway
2017 Bay Area Team Bike Challenge Logs More Than 295,285 Miles in One Month
However you think of Team Bike Challenge, riders from across the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area logged truly impressive numbers in 2017.
Nearly 100,000 Cycle to Work on Bike to Work Day 2017
Nearly 100,000 riders were counted for the 23rd annual Bike to Work Day.
Don’t Miss Bike to Work Day on May 11!
Join the San Francisco Bay Area’s largest bicycling celebration — Bike to Work Day — on Thursday, May 11.
New Vista Point at Yerba Buena Island Offers Views and Amenities to Cyclists/Pedestrians
Adapted from a San Francisco County Transportation Authority press release.
2017 Bike Commuter of the Year Winners Announced
This week Bay Area Bike to Work Day organizers named the winners of the 2017 Bike Commuter of the Year awards, given to recognize individuals for inspiring bicycling in their Bay Area communities through their commitment to travel by bicycle as their primary mode of transport.
Bay Area Bike to Work Day Is Coming May 11
Over 100,000 new and seasoned bike commuters are expected to pedal to work on Thursday, May 11, as part of the 23rd annual Bay Area Bike to Work Day.
Rail~Volution 2016 Conference Comes to San Francisco Bay Area in October
This pathbreaking conference brings together thought leaders and innovators to discuss the relationship between public transit and land-use, examine best practices in transit-oriented development, and look at how to maintain diversity in the face of a changing urban landscape.
Third Eastbound Lane for Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Clears Key Hurdle
The planned addition of a third eastbound lane to Interstate 580 across the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge and other improvements along the nearly six-mile corridor reached a key milestone this month.