Great news this week from our friends at BART BIKES ONboard. If you take your bike on BART, or want to do so in the future, take a moment to thank the BART Board members for working to improve access.
Greetings Bicycle Commuters and Supporters,
The BART Board voted at its May 23 meeting to lift the bike blackout starting July 1 for a five-month trial period. This is another step... read the whole note.
Another "pro" thief caught. Anyone lose a bike near BART?
Investigators are hoping the items' owners will come forward to identify and claim their property.
BART would then seek additional charges against Major through the district attorney's office and return stolen property to its rightful owners. Photos of the recovered bicycle frames can be viewed at http://www.bart.gov/news... read the whole note.
SVBC member and BART BIKES ONboard campaigner Adina Levin offers the following advice to guide your comments on the BART Draft Bicycle Plan.
For your comments on the BART Bike Plan...
If you are working on your comments for BART's new Bike Plan before the deadline on May 27, consider adding a comment about the bike blackout period.
When BART surveyed customers about what... read the whole note.
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) has been crafting a brand new bicycle plan that defines the strategies it will pursue over the next ten years to double the number of passengers who access stations by bike. Your comments are being solicited by May 27. Have a look at the draft plan (PDF 3 MB) and appendices (PDF 3 MB). You can send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BART is making its way into... read the whole note.