A bicycle barometer is slated to go up on San Francisco’s Market Street next month to count the number of bicycles that travel through the city’s arterial boulevard.
The measuring device will be built on the south side of Market Street between Ninth and 10th streets after the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board of directors unanimously approved a $20,000 donation from the SF Bicycle Coalition at Tuesday’s board meeting.
The donated funds will go toward the roughly $70,000 total project cost for the building and installation of the machine… (more)
$70K dollars. This started as a $20K gift and now it is costing $70K? Some gift. Send it back. We don’t want or need it. This is not going to win friends and influence people who are already ready to throw the bicycle coalition controlled MTA board under the bus. Earth to MTA Board.
MUNI FIRST MEANS FIX MUNI FIRST!
NO MORE MONEY FOR BIKE AND STREET PROJECTS!