An expanded network of bike lanes will appear on San Francisco streets following settlement of a four year legal tussle. Supporters say it's progress toward fulfilling the city's Transit First policy, which aims to control traffic congestion and pollution by decreasing the number of cars in the city. How does the Transit First policy play out in the real world?
Transit First: Battling Over Bike Lanes
Tom Radulovich, executive director of Livable City and BART director, District 9
Rob Anderson, party to the litigation on the bike plan and blogger on transportation issues
Timothy Papandreou, deputy director for sustainable streets for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA)
Ken Cleaveland, director of government and public affairs for the Building Owners and Managers Association