Final Community Meeting on Car-Free Marina Bay Trail

From the SF Bicycle Coalition:

Although there was a meeting held last month, SF Recreation and Park Department will be holding an additional meeting in case you were unable to attend.

This is the last chance for the Bay Trail path at the Marina, and the City will again present the final preferred design for this bicycle and pedestrian path. Our goal has been to ensure this path is free and open for 98% of the users who are biking and walking, which would require relocation of the current vehicle parking to a convenient location for visitors and boat owners. This is an important meeting to decide the long-term design of this path as it was recently repaved last year, so we need your presence and input!

If you cannot make it, read our latest blog post and take a moment to send a letter to make sure your voice is heard.

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