Register now for March 18th webinar on Getting to the Curb: How to Design Accessible Bike Infrastructure for Pedestrians

March 4, 2020

Join Us for Upcoming Focus Cities Webinar!

DATE: Wednesday, March 18, 2020Cover page of new Getting to the Curb Guide
TIME: 10am - 11am PDT

Join Walk San Francisco and San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) for this 1-hour webinar to hear about their journey in developing the first-of-its-kind guide, "Getting to the Curb: A Guide to Building Protected Bike Lanes That Work for Pedestrians." 

While separated bikeways and cycle tracks create safe conditions for people on bikes, their locations close to the curb can pose challenges for other road users, like people with disabilities or seniors who rely on direct access to the curb.

We will be discussing how this guide came to be and how you can use it in your community to design safe and accessible bike infrastructure for all ages and abilities. 


  • Jodie Medeiros, Executive Director, Walk San Francisco
  • Michael Jacobson, Vision Zero Program Planner, SFMTA

Hosted by UC Berkeley SafeTREC & California Walks, as part of the Focus Cities program

Funding for this program was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.