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Santa Cruz – Bikes May Use Full Lane

“Bikes May Use Full Lane” street sign on East Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz, California (next to the railroad trestle and across the river from the Boardwalk). Urban Velo Magazine is looking for Share the Road Sign photos but they say they’ll take BMUFL signs, too. They’ll pick a few for publication in the next issue read more »

Santa Cruz: “Contraflow” bike lanes for Pacific Avenue?

Transportation and Public Works Commission for the city of Santa Cruz, California will consider a bike-only northbound lane as part of a larger proposal to convert Pacific Avenue to a one-way, southbound-only street at their meeting on Monday, March 21, 2016. Pacific Ave is currently one-way northbound only between Cathcart Street to Church Street, and read more »

Rain Wednesday, a correction, and a news roundup

Attention San Francisco Bay Area: Enjoy the sunshine and record high temperatures while you can, but be prepared for cooler temperatures and rain that’s forecast to briefly return beginning during about the Wednesday evening commute, and ending during the morning commute. About a half inch of rain is possible; South Bay trail users can check read more »

2014 vs 2015: New Santa Cruz bike bridge leads to more bike traffic

Strava added a new feature to their global heatmap allowing you to compare 2014 vs 2015 activities for an area. I looked at the streets surrounding a new bike bridge in Santa Cruz, California and found new east-west traffic patterns.

Prepare for flooding

Dust off your raingear, California cyclists: rain is likely this winter throughout most of California. Predictions have firmed up considerably for epic rain due to El Niño conditions beginning in December or January for Northern California.

Notes from the Silicon Valley Bike Summit

I attended the 5th Annual Silicon Valley Bicycle Summit last Wednesday along with about 200 other people, which Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition Director Shiloh Ballard tells me is the largest crowd they’ve had.