Livable Streets Community Meet-Up

Join Streetsblog SF and the Livable Streets Initiative to discuss the role of technology in transportation advocacy. Join the Livable Streets Community to share strategies and let them know how technology can grease the wheels of your work.

Conversation will continue over drinks at Zeitgeist (199 Valencia St. at Duboce) around 8:00 PM.

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