Freewheelin' is on 12/1/17!

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Transportation Advocacy as Anti-Oppression Work

Tamika Butler’s keynote was the highlight of our Bike Advocacy Summit in August. Hear why she challenged us all to make our work less about bikes and more about justice for people who fear for their safety for reasons other than traffic.

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Maximizing the Value of Minimal Funding

A recent win for SVBC means we’ll be better able to track the success of bike and ped programs in Santa Clara County.

Read about this win

Explore Our Maps Page

How can you bike from here to there? Check out the wide world of bike maps covering Silicon Valley and beyond.

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8 80 Cities Brings New Outreach Toolkit to San José

8 80 Cities Brings New Outreach Toolkit to San José

Last week was a whirlwind of activity for supporters of complete streets, open streets, parks, and transit in San José. Gil Peñalosa and his team from 8 80 Cities descended upon the Capital of Silicon Valley for a “San José Public Life Summit,” to meet with movers and shakers, skeptics, and undecided residents and impart upon them Gil’s infectious enthusiasm for all things people-centric. The visit gave SVBC’s San José Protected Bike Lanes campaign a shot in the arm, as we worked with 8 80 Cities and the City of San José to conduct some valuable public outreach along a corridor slated for safety improvements.