SF Bike Plan DEIR

The Draft Environmental Impact Report on the San Francisco Bicycle Plan was released this week. It only took two years and over $1 million in taxpayer dollars, but the document that was triggered by Rob Anderson’s lawsuit is finally ready for review. I, for one, am hoping that the document passes muster, and with the release of a Final EIR early next year the City is finally able to get moving on implementing this much needed plan.

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3 Responses to “SF Bike Plan DEIR”

  • Adrienne says:

    I am happy we have come to this point at the very least. I will be much happier when the city gets around to fixing the existing bike lanes. The pot holes, tree root ruts and terrible paving are murder on both bike and rider!

  • David Cambon says:

    The fact that Mr. Anderson’s frivolous lawsuit was allowed to proceed is a good argument against democracy (as well as being a slap in the face to cyclists). Absolutely astonishing!

  • Steve says:

    With one side comparing the other to “Islamic terrorists” and the “terrorists” arguing against democracy if they disagree, this may never be solved.

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