San Francisco Supervisor John Avalos wants city legislation to allow bikes to be parked in doors in commercial buildings.
Avalos says he’s had four bikes, three of which were stolen from him. He’s owned and used his current bike for 10 years now.
Can you imagine the outcry of 75% of cars were stolen over a lifetime?
San Francisco parking garages (city owned and private parking garages) are required by city code to provide bicycle parking space. City code also requires bike parking for certain new and renovated buildings, along with lockers and showers for workers.
Via Jenny Oh.