AIDS Walk SF – Cars in Golden Gate Park

Be advised that the East end of Golden Gate Park will have increased
vehicular and pedestrian traffic due to the AIDS Walk. Please consult
the AIDS Walk route map and plan your ride accordingly: http://www.aidswalk.net/sanfran/event/maps.html.

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Golden Gate Park Access Change

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"The AIDS Walk San Francisco is happening in Golden Gate Park; Please be advised that the area will have increased pedestrian and vehicular traffic during that time. If you’re planning on fast park ride, please consult the route map and plan your ride accordingly."

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