SF Chamber of Commerce Public Policy Forum: SF Transportation Plan

From SFCC:

Join the Chamber for lunch with the San Francisco County Transportation Authority for an update on the status of the San Francisco Transportation Plan (SFTP). The SFTP is the City’s 25-year plan to identify goals, needs and investment priorities for our surface transportation system. The Plan will be a blueprint for future projects and studies, with the goal of improving mobility and accessibility for the people of San Francisco while preserving the city’s unique character. Presentation by Rachel Hiatt from the San Francisco County Transportation Authority.

Light lunch is provided by Safeway. There is no fee to attend. Questions? Contact Lydia Hernried, 415.352-8841, lhernried@sfchamber.com

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