SF Bicycle Coalition Polk Street Committee Meeting

From SF Bike Coalition:

Tue., May. 14 | 6-7:30pm | SF Bicycle Coalition HQ, 833 Market St, Floor 10

Come to the the SF Bicycle Coalition’s first Polk Street Committee meeting to help bring bicycle and pedestrian safety improvements to Polk Street. We need you to give your input about the current proposals for Polk Street and help us develop and execute a community outreach and advocacy strategy to ensure your safety needs are met on this critical north-south bike route. Bring your bike upstairs. See sfbike.org/POLK for more information.

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