SFMTA Polk Street Design Open House

From SFMTA:

Local residents and business owners have helped identify potential measures to build on Polk Street’s strengths as a vibrant and dynamic commercial corridor. Join us to discuss several options for increasing the safety and comfort of Polk. Interested stakeholders can drop by at any time between 10am and 2pm to review the various options and provide feedback. Information will also be made available on our website for those who cannot attend the workshop.

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