Bicycling in SF Has Doubled Since 2006

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SF Streetsblog reports on a new report from the SFMTA that bicycling has doubled since 2006.

As we’ve reported, bicycling has skyrocketed in the most bike-friendly neighborhoods like the Mission and Hayes Valley, where over 15 percent of commuters already get to work by bike, according to the 2010 census. As of 2012, bicycling comprised 3.8 percent of commute trips citywide, according to the SFMTA. Commute trips are only a fraction of overall trips and may not represent overall bike mode share.

Read the whole article here. Lots of interesting information. 

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2 Comments

  1. Well, I’m glad to be able to celebrate something that I think everyone would have to recognize as a good trend.

  2. community

    Not everyone will bike, but the more people who do, the better for the whole city!

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