Monthly Good Roads Ride – Castro

"Starting at the City’s first Pavement to Parks Site, we’ll venture out on the rest of the neighborhood’s pavement. The Good Roads crew will sweep through the Castro to make your rides smoother and safer. Our goal is to mark every pothole, crack, and trench with spray paint and report them to 311 for rapid repair. We usually average 50 potholes in just two hours. Following our street action, we will celebrate with drinks and lunch. Heavy rain cancels."

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