Fell and Oak Streets Separated Bikeway Community Meeting

From SFBC:

After years of community action to make the three blocks of Fell and Oak Street, the SFMTA is holding a community meeting to discuss options for separated bikeways on three blocks of Fell and Oak Street between Scott Street and Baker Street. If you want a safer connection between the Panhandle and the Wiggle, if you live in this area and want a safer street, or if you use this route to bike to local shops and restaurants, come to this meeting and speak up. Email neal@sfbike.org if you have any questions or want to be on our direct email list for future meetings about Fell and Oak Streets.

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