San Francisco: Traffic Studies

There is a similar series of images about Detroit here.

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is one of the largest and most effective bicycle advocacy groups in the United States, and their efforts are impacting street usage.

Augmented Reality's impact upon the world of bicycling is of great interest to me, and this interest has, in turn, lead me to research street surfaces, traffic apps and autonomous vehicles. I am now working on a "live" book that summarizes my research. It is called AR on Wheels and it is on Amazon.

San Francisco
San Francisco signage
Stop light for bicycles.
Bike stoplight in action
A bicyclist, a pedestrian and vehicles sharing the street.
I am not sure how to read this...
Public transportation, vehicle of private enterprise.
An emergency and a man who is probably going to work.
Street cleaning is a part of traffic planing.
How well does that tree protector function as a bike rack?
Parking is king!
How do autonomous vehicles "see" these two?
Autonomous vehicles can shift gears perfectly... right?
One Sunday morning.
Road maintenance.
Streetlights: another part of transportation and urban life.


On the train from the airport into the Tenderloin, to see the premiere of Bubiko Foodtour!

Near the City Lights Bookstore. Beautiful, but it would seem that, at certain times of the day, anyone driving, riding or walking would be looking right into the sunset.


On August 8th, I will be giving a talk on Augmented Reality and Autonomous Vehicles at Altimetrik in Detroit. Stop by!

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