You Want to Ride Your Bicycle? A Look into the Active Communities Plan

Digital Discourse


Cyclist on Hunters Point Boulevard, San Francisco

San Francisco has a long way to go to reach its goal of 80% of trips via a low-carbon mode by 2023. One of those low-carbon modes, the bicycle, hasn’t seen a master plan update in the city since 2009. Understanding the existing bike network and needed changes is critical to reconfirming San Francisco as a national leader in active transportation. The Active Communities Plan, created by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, is meant to jumpstart progress toward making bicycle and other low-carbon trips safe, accessible, and preferable for all. Join us for a deep dive into the data and analysis underlying the Active Communities Plan and its community-driven approach to encouraging mode shift.

  • Shayda Haghgoo / SFMTA
  • Daniel Rodriguez / UC Berkeley
  • Mia Candy / Toole Design
  • Christopher Kidd / SFMTA
  • Laura Tolkoff / SPUR




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