San Francisco Biking Report Card - Jan 2014
# of bike lane miles

BICYCLE PATH (CLASS I) 33
BICYCLE LANES (CLASS II) 74
BICYCLE ROUTES (CLASS III) W/SHARROW 70
BICYCLE ROUTES (CLASS III) W/O SHARROW 40
TOTAL 217

# of off road trail miles
22 Miles of Bike Paths; 9 Miles of Other Paths
# Bike Racks
8,800 bike racks (8,378 bike parking spaces) accounted for at this time, that includes bike corrals where several racks are in what used to be a car parking space
Bike Coordinator?

Yes
Plus staff of 7 that report to Bicycle Program Manager

Bike Maps?
Yes.
Updated approximately every two years
Hazard Report Form?
Yes, in the past, but not now. We rely on our website and phone hotline to get these reports.
# of bike rack equipped buses
~850 – San Francisco Muni
AC Transit, Golden Gate Transit, and SamTrans bus systems connect San Francisco to suburban areas and also have bicycle racks on all their buses. Ferries serving San Francisco also carry bicycles.
Bikes on Trains?

Caltrain (commuter rail between San Francisco and San Jose/Gilroy) has bicycle access for 16 or 32 bicycles per train depending on the type of rolling stock being used by a particular run.

BART (regional heavy rail serving San Francisco Bay Area) has bicycle access on its trains.

Neither system requires permits or charges additional fare

San Francisco Muni (the San Francisco bus system) does not allow bicycles on its light rail vehicles or cable cars.

# Bike shops
49
% of trips by bike?
The "Journey to Work Data" for San Francisco from the 1990 and 2000 Census show an increase in bicycle trips from 1990 to 2000 of 108 percent

1990: 382,309 Total Trips In database -- 3,634 Bicycle Trips
1990: Mode split (percentage of total trips made by bicycle) = 3,634/382,309 = 0.95% bicycle trips

2000: 419,601 total trips in database -- 7,564 bicycle trips
2000:  Mode split (percentage of total trips made by bicycle) = 7,564/419,601 = 1.8% bicycle trips[1]

2011 Mode Share Survey (
This all trips, not census which looks at commute to work trips.
 
Bicycle trips (% of all trips taken) 3.4%
Trips by all other modes (% of all trips taken) 96.6%

Bike to Work Day?
Yes
# Colleges
6
Average rainfall
23 inches/year
Average Temp. range
41-74 degrees
Local Bike Activist Organizations?
Bike bridges?
-
Bike undercrossings?
none
Bike Boulevards?
none
Population
Resident Population (2000 Census)
859,658
Estimated Daytime San Francisco Population 21.9% increase 
1,003,486
Planned
Recycled Bike Program?

Pedal Revolution 3085 21st St.  (@ S. Van Ness) San Francisco
415.641.1264. In addition to selling new and used bikes, Pedal Revolution provides employment and training to at-risk youth. Bicycles can be donated to be used in the bicycle mechanics skills training.

Community Bike Repair
Bike Hut at South Beach, Pier 40, San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 543-4335
Your Name and Title or Organization?

Miriam Sorell & staff
Bicycle Program Manager
MTA Planning
1 South Van Ness Ave. 3rd floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: (415) 701-4466

Other
Also of note: The San Francisco Presidio – a former military base located near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco - has received a Bronze level ranking in the League of American Bicyclists (LAB), Bicycle Friendly Communities program.

Expanded the Sunday Streets program to ten annual events

Golden Gate Bridge from Criassy Field
Farmer's Market with City Hall in background
Left: Bike Car on Cal Train, the Nation's most heavily used bicycle transit line

Right: Critical Mass ride passes by City Govt buildings

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