March 11th, 2014 by Jo Borrás
Last Sunday, thousands of people took to the streets of San Francisco’s waterfront on bikes, scooters, and on foot in another of the city’s car-free “Sunday Streets” events. Events like this one at Embarcadero happen a few times a year, and show just how well people can get around a major city like San Francisco without cars.
You can read more about it in this article by Rhonda Winter, over at our sister site, Ecolocalizer (now ExpertSure) below. And, before you dismiss this as another northern California hippy tree-hugger thing, remember that New York banned cars in Times Square and on Broadway from 42nd Street to 43rd Street, and hasn’t looked back since.
Thousands of people converged upon San Francisco’s waterfront last weekend to partake in another festive Sunday Streets public event. The partly sunny skies along the Embarcadero greeted scores of individuals and families out for a stroll or bike…
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