Wed, Jul 1, 2009 -- 9:00 AM

San Francisco Bike Plan 2009

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Last week, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency voted to adopt the 2009 Bicycle Plan, a five year master plan meant to improve bicycle safety and convenience in the near and long-term. We delve into the details of the new plan.

Host: Scott Shafer


  • Charlie O'Hanlon, owner of Charlie's Place on 17th St. in San Francisco
  • Jamie Whitaker, vice president of the Rincon Hill Neighborhood Association
  • Judson True, media relations manager for the San Francisco MTA
  • Leah Shahum, executive director of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
  • Rachel Gordon, reporter for The San Francisco Chronicle
  • Rob Anderson, party to the litigation of the EIR, blogger and anti-bicycling activist

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