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Council Approves Contract for Jersey City Bikeway Implementation

December 3, 2013


Apologies for not getting to this sooner – between family duties and holidays and a cold, I didn’t get around to reporting on the status of the November 15th Jersey City City Council bikeway vote – announced earlier here. I attended the council meeting, which ran long due to extended testimony regarding Journal Square redevelopment. […]

San Francisco Bike Facilities: Revisiting the Wiggle

July 10, 2012


Oh Boy! The third installment in Bikas’ vacationary tales of the city… of San Francisco. See also: the welcome greening of the conflict areas and the mysterious parking-protected JFK bikeway. Today, we re-visit San Francisco’s “The Wiggle” – arguably the most popular bike route in the know universe. The Wiggle is a very flat bike […]

San Francisco Bike Facilities: Green Conflict Zones

June 28, 2012


I had a brief trip to San Francisco earlier this week. I wrote this earlier post about excellent bike facilities in SF, and there’s plenty of great coverage at SF Streetsblog… but I like to bike around places I visit, and to see what lessons they might have for Los Angeles (see my recent San […]