San Francisco’s Transportation Plan

From SPUR:

San Francisco is in the middle of updating its 25-year transportation plan, which includes policy goals such as shifting more travel away from cars and making better use of streets as public space. Come learn what investments are included in the plan, how they are funded and how San Francisco’s overall transportation funding priorities compare with other major cities. With Tilly Chang, deputy director for planning, and Zabe Bent, principal transportation planner, both from the San Francisco County Transportation Authority.

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    We
    are the

    1st
    ECO GREEN

    TRANSP.
    INSURANCE 
    Professionals

     

    Tony
    Jackson, President

    California Public Transportation Insurance Producer

    Specializing in “Eco-Green”
    Public Transportation Insurance

    1st
    Taxi & Charter Bus Insurance Services, Inc.Lic.#0H38034

     

    Direct:
    949.282-5083—-
    Fax: 949.231.1681

    e-mail:
    tjackson@capublictransins.com

    Going Green on the Web: http://www.capublictransins.com

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