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Streetscast: Sunday Streets Press Conference

1:43 PM PDT on April 16, 2009

IMG_2923.jpgLeah Shahum with Wade Crowfoot, Nat Ford, David Chiu and Ben Caldwell. Photo by Bryan Goebel.

The Mayor's Director of Climate Change Initiatives, Wade Crowfoot, joined MTA Executive Director Nat Ford, Board of Supervisors President David Chiu, SFBC Executive Director Leah Shahum and many others this morning to formally announce this year's six Sunday Streets events.

The first one, April 26th, takes place on the Bayside portion of the Embarcadero, which will be closed to vehicle traffic from the Giants ballpark to Aquatic Park. That's about 3.4 miles that will be open to pedestrians, bicyclists, joggers, rollerbladers and anyone who wants to take part in healthy activity. 

We'll be posting a lot about Sunday Streets in the weeks and months ahead but we wanted to bring you today's press conference via Streetscast:

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