Survey: Long Term Bicycle Parking

We received an email over the weekend from Matt Lasky over at the SFMTA’s Livable Streets Subdividion (Only in SF). Apparently they’ve compiled a survey about Long-Term Bicycle Parking around San Francisco, and they’re looking for your feedback.

Thank god this isn’t a heated topic like that proposed Warriors Arena. I have grown disheartened by some of the negative blowhards spewing propaganda off of that “controversial” PROPOSAL that hasn’t even had any actual renderings produced to date.

Anyway, here’s the Bicycle Survey Info:

Do you have a secure location in San Francisco to park your bicycle while at work? How about at your San Francisco home? 

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is evaluating the feasibility of long-term bicycle parking facilities in San Francisco and this 5-minute survey will aid in assessing the demand, value and desired amenities pertaining to future facilities.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/sflongtermbikeparking

Please provide us input by November 9th!

Enjoy!

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One thought on “Survey: Long Term Bicycle Parking

  1. Great blog! Sorry to get off subject, but since this is the time for New Year’s Resolutions, I’d like to find a great personal trainer in Nashville TN. Have you read any recent buzz? There’s a new gym called Next Level Fitness, but I’ve only seen a few reviews. Here’s the address of this new Nashville Personal Training Gym, 1917 Church Street Nashville, TN 37203 – (615) 329-2747. Thoughts? Thanks!

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