Bryant Street Greening and Traffic Calming Community Meeting

There will be community meeting to discuss the Bryant Street Greening and Traffic Calming project, which would add landscaped medians between 26th and Cesar Chavez Streets. The proposal would improve the scenery, the environment, slow storm water runoff, and calm and slow vehicle traffic. It will also make the road safer for pedestrians.

This event is sponsored by the San Francisco Planning Department.

More information here [PDF]

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