If San Francisco’s 2015 Annual Bicycle Count Report is any indication, today we should see another record-breaking number of wheels spinning along city streets. City leaders, agencies and community partners took to two wheels once again for San Francisco’s 22nd Annual Bike to Work Day, which sees some of the highest participation in North America.
SF’s Annual Bicycle Count Report, released last month, showed a whopping 184 percent growth in ridership since 2006, according to counts at 19 intersections across the city. From 2014 to 2015, weekday bike commuter trips jumped 8.5 percent – an increase of 200,000.
Those who ride in for Bike to Work Day 2016 might notice a couple of new additions to the city’s bike network.
One of our new bike wayfinding signs on Hugo Street in the Inner Sunset.