In case you missed it, the SFMTA’s 2013 Bicycle Count Report came out last week, which has some pretty impressive figures. The report shows that biking has increased in San Francisco 96 percent since 2006! That’s a great direction for the city’s goals of 20 percent of all trips to be done on bikes by 2020.
The count found that 76 percent of the people counted were wearing helmets. (Not bad, huh?) The report also highlights improvements made on certain streets and others in progress. Here you can see a quick graphic on which intersections had the most crossings and which streets had the most increase in bike ridership. How many of these have you crossed?
You can also find the complete report right here.