MLK Jr Way Streetscape Workshop

From EBBC:

The City of Oakland Redevelopment Agency and their consultants will be holding a community workshop to develop a shared vision for Martin Luther King, Jr Way from West Grand to 40th Street. Your input will help the consultants to design a street that works for neighbors, businesses, and all road users (bikes too!).

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