Not knowing how deep it goes is the scariest part of it.
Never seen it this bad, in all my years…
One word, babe: Radar
This sign is a sign of things to come.
Hey Bro, can you keep it down Bro?
As seen on, and I’m srsly, the still inchoate California Cheese Trail:
I suppose a giant propane truck, the kind you see all over West Marin, gets a pass from this area resident, as its driver prolly isn’t yelling to his bros stuff like, “Hey Bro! Did you see that…”
So how many millions have we spent on this program, the one what’s Yelp-rated at less than 2 stars even though it’s heavily subsidized by John/Jane Q. Public?
I mean, is this what you wanted, SFGov? Srsly, I see more people sitting on these rides when they’re locked up than actual customers riding them.
OTOH, I see that Bluegogo’s similar bikes are in private parking spaces, currently, anyway.
Hey, maybe this whole deal, plus the more recent deal with FoMoCo was a bad idea?
Seattle has just given up on its similar program, just saying.
Wouldn’t we be better off just buying Walmart bikes (for like $74 each, I’m srsly) and handing them out for free to SF citizens instead of getting involved with Ford, if the goal is to get more ppl on bikes?
Yes, that black Lincoln SUV thing is a stretched limo. It stopped in the new bike lane, as you can see.
Some in town would want the driver to double park far to the left in the slow lane so as to not block the now-sacrosanct new bike lane. Now I think that would be illegal, as is of course what the driver has done here:
So after all that, my question remains Where is This Limousine Supposed to Offload Passengers in Front of Our State Building on Golden Gate? I’m not really seeing any real legal options here. So parking as far to the right as practical seems like the least bad choice…