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Enviro, Preservation Concerns Drive Opposition to Presidio Main Post Plans

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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 […]

If You Build It, Cars Will Come and Require Traffic Lights

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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, […]

Today’s Headlines

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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 […]
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This Week: Bike East Bay Volunteer, Local Media, Urban Bicycling

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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 […]