SPUR Forum: Assessing Waterfront Transportation

From SPUR:

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is leading a Waterfront Transportation Assessment to review and analyze proposed development and transportation projects over the next 25 years. The assessment study area extends from Green Street to 22nd Street and includes the three major development proposals at Piers 30-32 and Seawall Lot 330, Mission Rock/Seawall Lot 337 and Pier 70. Come and hear the details of this plan and how it will address proposed development along the waterfront.

Peter Albert, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
Erin Miller, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency


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