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Friday, Sep. 22, 2016: SVBC's Annual Dinner

 

 

 

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Launch of Virtual Bike Route Scouts

 

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Fresh Ideas: Vision Zero Toolkit

 

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SVBC Invites Cities to Learn About San Mateo’s Bike Share

SVBC Invites Cities to Learn About San Mateo’s Bike Share

Last week, SVBC brought together various cities’ staff for a learning opportunity with City of San Mateo and Social Bicycles to discuss their new bike share program, Bay Bikes. Our goal was to share this alternate model of bike share with other cities on the Peninsula, since Bay Bikes is a different system than Bay Area Bike Share, without docking stations and with all the technology online and on the bike.

6th Annual Bike Summit 2016 Recap

6th Annual Bike Summit 2016 Recap

Thank you to all who attended the 6th Annual Silicon Valley Bike Summit! The Summit was a great day of learning about safety and active transportation in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties and we enjoyed seeing people from the non-profit, private, and public sectors, as well as local residents and advocates! Did you miss it? Read on to catch up on all the day’s fascinating discussions.

San Mateo County Ends Active Transportation Coordinator Position

San Mateo County Ends Active Transportation Coordinator Position

Just three years after SVBC worked to have San Mateo County create and fund their first ever Active Transportation Coordinator position, this position has unfortunately been terminated. We were so thrilled to bring county-level bike and pedestrian planning and project coordination to San Mateo County. Ellen Barton, whom many of you may have met or communicated with, filled the Active Transportation Coordinator role with grace and determination. In her two and a half years with the San Mateo County City/County Association of Governments (CCAG) and the County Office of Sustainability, Ellen was able to accomplish many things.