Transit planners in San Francisco are eying five locations in the city’s gay Castro district to install additional bike share stations as they look to expand the program outside of downtown neighborhoods.
As the Bay Area Reporter noted on its blog last October, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency set a goal of installing 15 new stations and adding 150 bikes to the program in 2014. In addition to the Castro, the agency said it would target Hayes Valley, the Mission, and Mission Bay for expansion sites.
During this morning’s (May 1) Castro Merchants meeting, SFMTA senior transportation planner Heath Maddox presented the various locations along upper Market Street the agency is considering to place the new bike share stations.
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