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SF2G in the news

SF2G is the group of cyclists who ride the 42 miles from San Francisco to the Google campus in Mountain View. Murph mentioned this the other day, that somebody from the Examiner talked to a few SF2G riders. You can see the infamous bikes-on-sidewalk photo in the Examiner article about SF2G. P.S. Happy Valentines Day. read more »

Pushback on Caltrans proposal to close Skyline in Daly City

Update June 8, 2017: Your emails and phone calls made a difference; Caltrans District 4 had originally planned to install “bikes prohibited” signs on a portion of Skyline Boulevard through Daly City, California, but relented after several people who use this route told Caltrans that the suggested alternate routes on local roads are not acceptable. read more »

Silicon Valley bike advocacy – how to stay informed

During last week’s rant regarding inaction versus involvement, a few people mentioned that you don’t know how to find out what’s going on. How can you help if you don’t know the issues and agenda? Here’s a partial guide to where I turn for discussion.

Two bike trains in San Jose this week

Happy Bay Area Bike Week! Free coffee on Wednesday for those who join up on San Jose Bike Train. Remember, San Jose Bike Train runs this Wednesday morning, May 7, 2014 at 8 AM from San Jose Diridon Station this week. Yes, this is on the day before Bike to Work Day for the San read more »

Menlo Park considers cyclist anti-harassment ordinance

I usually pay attention to what’s happening in Menlo Park, CA, but this bit of news caught me by surprise: Menlo Park is eyeing an ordinance that aims to curb harassment of those considered vulnerable users of the road. If signed into law, the legislation would create recourse for victims of road rage, and other read more »

Google’s green transpo cred

Google’s Transportation Operations Manager, Brendon Harrington, says about 40% of Googleplex employees in Mountain View, CA get to work via modes other than driving in this video in which he brags about Google’s alternative transportation programs.