Last week, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency voted to adopt the 2009 Bicycle Plan, a five year master plan meant to improve bicycle safety and convenience in the near and long-term. We delve into the details of the new plan.

Guests:
Leah Shahum, executive director of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
Rob Anderson, party to the litigation of the EIR, blogger and anti-bicycling activist
Rachel Gordon, reporter for The San Francisco Chronicle
Jamie Whitaker, vice president of the Rincon Hill Neighborhood Association
Charlie O'Hanlon, owner of Charlie's Place on 17th St. in San Francisco
Judson True, media relations manager for the San Francisco MTA

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