Focusing on projects that reduce automobile use:

TNCs tax ballot measure
State-level TNC legislative reforms

Improving SFBC Governance:

Implement term limits
Change terms to three years with five directors elected each year
Require board neutrality in board elections
Implement a board vacancy policy
Higher quorum required to abolish member voting rights

Promoting Bicycling for Everyday Transportation
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National bicycling magazine "Adventure Cycling" published this "No Free Ads for Uber" auto-traffic related opinion from SFBC Momentum member Peggy Da Silva: Adventure_Cycling_letter_July 2019 ...
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Several members attended the SFBC Board meeting on Tuesday evening, July 23. We watch, at each meeting, for discussion or action from the Board that is related to the Momentum ...
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Momentum priority areas of interest governance and transparency reducing auto use in San Francisco were discussed during the June SFBC Board meeting in the following items: Agenda Item 6 – ...
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Bad news. At the June 6, 2019 Caltrain board meeting, the board unanimously approved staff's faulty recommendation for bike-car layout, which increases the risk of bike theft. And the board ...
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We watched for action on Momentum’s priorities and saw very little related to them: Reduce auto use in San Francisco The Opening Question asked Board members (and the four other ...
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Join us in celebrating another year of bicycle commuting at our 2nd annual Bike Away From Work Happy Hour! Thursday, May 9, 2019 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM Hosted by ...
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Four Momentum members were present at the April 23, 2019 SFBC Board meeting, and all communicated opposition to the acceptance of donations from companies associated with autos/fossil fuels. What you can ...
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A few people have questioned why we have a logo that is very similar to the overall San Francisco Bicycle Coalition logo. Here's why:  We are SFBC, and very proud ...
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Three items of interest to Momentum members: 1. The recent death of a cyclist on Howard Street, and the opening of inadequate bike lanes on Polk Street, both give an ...
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Call to Action:  Join hundreds of bikers, scooters & skaters to form a human chain on the Howard bike lane.  For an hour we will create a People Protected bike lane.  ...
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