SFMTA Engineering Hearing, Including 17th Street Bike Lanes

Agenda

From SFBC:

Speak up for bike lanes on 17th Street between Treat Street and Potrero Avenue. Many sections of the 17th Street bike lane project have already gone in, but your support is needed to fill in this essential gap and further improve the link between the Castro, Mission, Potrero Hill and Mission Bay neighborhoods and businesses. Find out more background information here, and show your support by coming to the hearing to speak up (contact Neal@sfbike.org if you can attend), or send an email.

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