Three years after a court-ordered injunction on citywide bicycle improvement projects, an impact study by the SFMTA is expected to be adopted by the City as early as June. Just to back up, this study was demanded by a group of non-cycling citizens--and validated by a Superior Court Judge--who challenged the City's Transit First policy, asking that City Hall examine the impact of all bicycle improvement projects on everything from traffic flow to parking availability. According to Timothy Papandreou and Judson True of the SFMTA, the first of the proposed projects--including new bike lanes, a bicycle sharing program, and retiming of certain traffic signals to benefit cyclists--could now begin as soon as the new budget takes effect on July 1.