Speak Out for Upper Market Bike Lanes at SFMTA Board

From SFBC:

Come speak up for Upper Market St. Bike Lanes. The MTA Board will be deciding on this project which will improve the bike lanes on Market St. between Castro and Octavia. This project will help fill in gaps in the bike lane in much of the corridor, especially approaching intersections. If you can come and speak up, Contact Neal to be kept updated on timing for this item.

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