New, class-IV, protected cycle tracks
along West Point Loma Avenue
Photo by: @SustainMatters Thank-you City of San Diego and Mayor Kevin Faulconer for new, Class-IV, protected cycle tracks along West Point Loma Avenue. After pipe work and repaving, a substantial safety upgrade of a vital connection between Midway District homes, businesses and shopping to Point Loma and OB homes, parks, beaches and services. Bikes and beaches are a real connection made in paradise. Feel safe on your bicycle adventures and enjoy good health, clean transportation and fun, engaging explorations of our communities. Let the good times roll!
Photos by @CityofSanDiego New protected bikeways on West Point Loma Blvd will improve safety for bicyclists, pedestrians and drivers. By increasing bicycle travel, we’re lowering traffic congestion and reducing greenhouse gas emissions to help meet our Climate Action goals.
@SDMayorsOffice: That’s fresh! Fresh paint, that is… New protected bike lanes have been installed along West Point Loma Boulevard to reduce congestion, increase safety and help SD reach its Climate Action goals.
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New, buffered bike lanes
along Cass Street in Pacific Beach
Photos by @PaulaGandolfo6 New bike infrastructure along Cass Street in PB close to the US Post Office. The lanes are in and need to be finished with green paint and bike stencils. Note the addition of on-street bike/scooter painted parking corrals.
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New on-street bike & scooter
painted parking corrals.
Photos by @PaulaGandolfo6 New bike lanes and on-street bike/scooter painted parking corrals.
Photo by: @CityofSanDiego New parking corrals for bicycles and shared mobility devices are being added to streets in the communities of Pacific Beach and Ocean Beach. These corrals provide on-street parking for authorized dockless devices, keeping sidewalks safe for pedestrians.
@CityofSanDiego: City crews have been busy painting scooter corrals in the beach areas. Next time you’re taking a ride, check out this City of San Diego Scooter Corrals MAP to find the closest corral to park your scooter.
@CityofSanDiego: Whether it’s paving new streets or adding paint to existing ones, these employees are making improvements we all can appreciate in San Diego. For Employee Appreciation Month, we recognize Salvador Gracian and Misael Burgos-Verdugo who created new scooter corrals in Pacific Beach.
Thanks to everyone who joined in support of safe, protected, cycle tracks along 30th Street (Option “A”). It was a terrific turn out, showing the community how much enthusiasm there is for a healthy, safe and reliable mode of clean transportation in our neighborhoods. Advocating for safe bicycle infrastructure is easier when you have hundreds of supporters backing you up! Special thanks to Climate Action Campaign, San Diego County Bicycle Coalition, Bike San Diego, City Heights Community Development Corporation and Circulate San Diego.
Sunday, August 4, 2019
Bird Park at 28th Street and Upas Street
The bicycling community enjoyed a family ride from
Bird Park at 28th and Upas to Teralta Park in City Heights calling for safe, climate-friendly, healthy, and connected communities, starting with the implementation of “Option A” on 30th Street. Option A is the design concept for 30th that is the safest and most comfortable for cyclists and provides the most space for plenty of riders to enjoy the road.
Close to 300 bicyclists of all ages joined in supporting the development of a world-class transportation network in San Diego. Enjoying a beautiful ride along two soon-to-be multi-modal corridors, 30th Street through North Park and Howard/Orange Avenue in Mid-City, we completed the ride and celebrated at Teralta Park at the end!
City of San Diego: We’re answering your questions
about the new protected bikeways in downtown.
Safe streets for everyone, especially young riders, has always been a prime motivation in my quest to encourage, promote and advocate for bicycling in our beautiful city. Let’s keep it rolling!
Basking in the glow of another beautiful day in paradise. Here with Sophie Wolfram, and Marcus Bush with his daughter and son, as well as hundreds of bike supporters.
Chris Olsen, Kristen Victor of Sustainability Matters with husband Steven (right).
Bicycling in San Diego, dreaming I’m in the Netherlands. If we keep rolling up the bike infrastructure successes, we could get there from here!