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Pop-up bike lane coming Oct. 2 to Chilco Street
Posted on September 23, 2019 at 4:40 pm by Peter Ibrahim
Enjoy a preview of the upcoming bike lane extension that will help make biking in the Belle Haven community safer and more enjoyable.
As part of the
Safe Routes to School program
, the City plans to install a temporary bike lane on Chilco Street, between Hamilton Avenue and the railroad tracks. For three days, October 2–4, the temporary bike lane will provide a vision of the new street design. City staff expects to install the permanent bike lane by the end of the year.
The bike lane provides improved bicycle connectivity and offers a critical connection between
The Belle Haven neighborhood
Bedwell Bayfront Park and other recreation/open space areas near San Francisco Bay
The Don Edwards Wildlife Refuge
TIDE Academy High School on Jefferson Drive
Other destinations in the Bayfront area
Staff will be onsite October 2, during both morning and afterschool times to answer questions and hear feedback.
Pop-up Chilco Bike Lane Information Booth
Wednesday, October 2, 2019
7:30-9 a.m. and 3:30-5 p.m.
Join us to
Learn more about the project and Safe Routes to School program
Provide feedback on walking and biking improvements
Hear about next steps
For more information about the program, contact
Safe Routes to School Coordinator Andre-Anne Cadieux
For more information about the upcoming permanent bike lane installation project, contact
Associate Transportation Engineer Kevin Chen
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