Flickr photo: 2composers Revised plans for the Main Post of San Francisco’s Presidio national park, which include construction of a contemporary art museum for the collection of billionaire businessman Donald Fisher, are still unsatisfactory, say many preservationists, environmentalists, and neighbors who attended a hearing on the new plans Tuesday night. Despite the fact that the […]
Presidio parking lot. Photo, Sue Vaughan The possibility that traffic lights may be installed in and around San Francisco’s Presidio National Park – in order to manage increased traffic drawn to attractions such as the proposed Contemporary Art Museum of the Presidio (the CAMP) and a lodge at the Main Post – has neighbors, environmentalists, […]
Muni’s Streetcar #1 to Undergo $1.9 Million Renovation (SF Gate) Oakland Planning Commission to Consider Changing Zoning Rules (SF Gate) What Makes People Afraid of Urbanism? (TOW via Streetsblog.net) Fog City Journal: "Newsom Allies Maneuver to Appoint Mazzola to GG Bridge Commish" Public Meeting on Presidio Main Post Canceled (SF Gate, SF Citizen) BAAQMD Offers […]
Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday/tonight! Bike East Bay Volunteer Night. Stop by Bike East Bay’s office to chat with fellow members and work on group office tasks. Snacks and dinner provided. Tuesday, May 28, tonight! 5-8 p.m., Bike East Bay HQ, 466 Water Street, Oakland. Thursday Is Local Media a Type of Public Space? Studies have shown that […]
When visitors land on the front page of the Presidio Parkway’s website, they see an animated pelican emerging from beneath the Golden Gate Bridge, gliding across green hills and blue skies. When the bird lands, you can “Meet Parker” with a click and learn all about the Presidio Parkway Pelican. The PR team for this […]
Until now regional planning agencies only had to name some strategies and show the math on why they think those strategies would reduce greenhouse gas emissions.