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SFMTA Presentation on Market & Haight Streets Transit and Pedestrian Improvement Project

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From SFMTA: SFMTA staff will conduct a presentation on the Market & Haight Streets Transit and Pedestrian Improvement Project at the Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association meeting. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn about project details, including construction benefits, scope of work, new transit configuration, timeline and Muni service adjustments, etc.  The public can also share their feedback and […]

Advocates Ask Supes to Support a Two-Way Hayes

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Advocates are calling for all livable streets supporters who have the time to turn out to the Board of Supervisors’ Land Use and Economic Development Committee meeting today at 1pm to voice their support for a two-way Hayes Street, as was called for in the Market and Octavia Plan.  In 2007, the Hayes Valley Neighborhood […]

Architecture and the City Festival: Flexible Urbanism

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Register at http://ac11envelopezus.eventbrite.com Sponsored by suppenküche This event is 21+ Join Douglas Burnham of envelope Architecture+Design and Kristian Koreman ofZUS in conversation about flexible urbanism, evolutionary planning and the evolving definition of what it means to be an architect in contemporary society. Based more than 5,000 miles apart, each firm is radically transforming underutilized neighborhood space into vibrant creative compounds. By embracing […]

Two-Way Hayes Extension is a Step Closer, Though Obstacles Remain

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Cars whipping around the corner of Gough and Hayes, where pedestrians can only cross three ways There was widespread government and public support for a two-way, traffic-calmed Hayes Street between Gough and Franklin at the Board of Supervisors’ Land Use and Economic Development Committee meeting today, but there is a fundamental disagreement with the MTA […]

800-Seat Performance Space in Hayes Valley Approved with No Parking

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A sketch of the proposed SF Jazz building and with performance auditorium. Image: SF Jazz. The same neighborhood organizations and community advocates that routinely lobby to prevent the San Francisco Planning Department from granting parking exceptions in excess of progressive neighborhood plans were thrilled with a new project to build a 3-story building in the […]