San Francisco’s First Continuously Green Bike Lane Just Popped Up on Market Street

Via BIKE NOPA word comes of San Francisco’s first continuously green bike lane, down there on Market inbound. It seems that Dan Nguyen-Tan thought it was so good this morning, he told two friends about it, and they told two friends, and so on and so on

So tout de suite, tout le monde learned about it.

Will this greenery hold up better than the fast-fading beige of Market a little bit down the road?

Via Jamison, from today:

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Only Time Will Tell

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2 Responses to “San Francisco’s First Continuously Green Bike Lane Just Popped Up on Market Street”

  1. Keith Peters says:

    I went riding on it this afternoon. All the cars at 10th seemed to get that they were supposed to turn now. Even without officers enforcing that regulation.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Thx for the report. Last I saw, there was a big old sign in the slow lane, so I’m not surprised to hear that compliance is high at 10th Street.