Permanent Sunday Streets-Style Street Park Being Proposed for the Tenderloin
It could be Sunday Streets every day on the 100 block of Golden Gate Avenue, as a coalition of volunteer groups and nonprofits continues pushing for a plan to close that street to car traffic and make it a permanent playground.
Photos: Hundreds Participate in Critical Mass Ride Through San Francisco on Its 30th Anniversary
On Thursday, cyclists began gearing up for the 30th-anniversary ride of Critical Mass — a controversial rally that's been held on the last Friday of every month since 1992 in San Francisco. Yesterday, hundreds landed on SF streets to make a case for a more cycling-friendly city.
Car-Free JFK Drive Gets Boost From Rec & Parks Report, Will Ultimately Be Up to Supes
A new report from the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department strongly recommends that the city make JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park permanently free of vehicle traffic, and following a hearing on the proposal Thursday, the ball is in the Board of Supervisors' court.
Two Blocks on Valencia Street Go Car-Free This Weekend To Celebrated Success
Amid the pandemic, SF's Slow Streets have helped usher in a superb notion: less-congested roads given back to the people is a win-win situation for pedestrians and motorists. Valencia Street's closure this weekend between 16th and 17th, and between 18th and 19th streets is proof of that idea.