Bicyclists make their way down Bridgeway in September 2014 in Sausalito. Combined with visitors who show up in buses, ferries and cars, the annual tourist crunch has spurred ongoing public debate, a program that stations bike valets and ambassadors on the streets and a controversial, yet unsuccessful, push to put a tourist impact plan on the June ballot.
Bicyclists make their way down Bridgeway in September 2014 in Sausalito. Combined with visitors who show up in buses, ferries and cars, the annual tourist crunch has spurred ongoing public debate, a program that stations bike valets and ambassadors on the streets and a controversial, yet unsuccessful, push to put a tourist impact plan on the June ballot. Frankie Frost Marin Independent Journal file
Bicyclists make their way down Bridgeway in September 2014 in Sausalito. Combined with visitors who show up in buses, ferries and cars, the annual tourist crunch has spurred ongoing public debate, a program that stations bike valets and ambassadors on the streets and a controversial, yet unsuccessful, push to put a tourist impact plan on the June ballot. Frankie Frost Marin Independent Journal file
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Bike-besieged Sausalito seeks balance between tourists and locals

March 19, 2016 07:50 AM

UPDATED March 20, 2016 08:03 AM

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