San Francisco

Equitable Bike Access in San Francisco [In-Person Program]

In-Person Forum


Downtown San Francisco features dense blocks organized around a street grid perfect for walking and biking. Dense mixed land uses create an accessible neighborhood where jobs, services, and amenities are available within a 15-minute walk, bike, or transit ride. By expanding bike lanes, bike parking, and related infrastructure, we can make cycling a more accessible and safer transportation option for all San Franciscans. This will benefit low-income communities and reduce traffic congestion, air pollution, and carbon emissions throughout the city. Additionally, creating safer biking infrastructure can encourage more people to bike, leading to a healthier and more active population.

What strategies can be adopted to ensure equitable access and create more non-car trips downtown and beyond as San Francisco improves its bike infrastructure network? Join us to hear from bike equity experts and city officials about planning equitable access to the bike network in Downtown San Francisco & surrounding neighborhoods.
  • Christopher Kidd / San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
  • Christopher White / San Francisco Bike Coalition
  • Adrian Leung / San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
  • Stanford Caldera III / SPUR





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