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This Week in Livable Streets Events

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Sunday Streets is back to the waterfront after a one month break. Plus, traffic engineer Jack Fleck will start the week with a history of major changes to the city’s streets. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Cars in the city: A conversation with traffic engineer Jack Fleck. SFMTA […]

Touring Transbay

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From SPUR The Transbay Transit Center Project, the first phase of which is scheduled to be completed in 2017, will create a new 1-million-square-foot transit center with above-grade bus routing, retail uses and underground levels to serve both Caltrain and high-speed rail, all topped by 5.4-acre park. Accompanying towers are also planned to add housing, […]

This Week: Don’t Miss Streetsblog Happy Hour

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Highlight of the week: Join Streetsblog and fellow advocates this Thursday for a happy hour at Virgil’s Sea Room — we’d love to see you. Elsewhere this week: Supervisors host three Transportation 2030 open house meetings on ballot measures, SPUR hosts a walking tour of the Transbay Transit Center and looks at updates on California […]

SPUR Walk: Touring the Transbay Transit Center

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Photo courtesy of Flickr user Monica’s Dad Currently under construction, the Transbay Transit Center will serve as the nexus for transit in the Bay Area. With more than one million square feet of space, 11 transportation systems and direct connections to the city around it, the facility is poised to become the “Grand Central Station of […]

This Week: Learn About BART’s Bikes-On-Board Pilot

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This week, the SF Board of Supervisors holds a hearing on an appeal of the Transbay Transit Center District Plan, the SFBC talks about BART’s upcoming bikes on board pilot, and the East Bay Bike Party brings the Tour de France home. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: SF Supes Land Use and […]

This Week: Transbay Center Goes to the Planning Commission

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Join SPUR on Tuesday for a forum on upcoming Bus Rapid Transit projects in San Francisco and the South Bay. On Wednesday, Shaping SF holds a discussion that’s sure to be a captivating on “challenging the 20th century paradigm of automobile-centric streets.”  Then on Thursday, the Transbay Transit Center could pass a major milestone at […]