Chinatown Broadway Street Design Community Workshop

From SF Planning:

Please join us to discuss the future design of Broadway from Columbus Avenue to the Broadway Tunnel. This project will develop a community-based vision to improve pedestrian conditions, and develop a design plan that is safe, gracious and lively.

We want to hear your thoughts on ways to improve this important corridor. At this workshop there will be a brief presentation on existing conditions, followed by an opportunity to share ideas.

Light refreshments and Cantonese translation provided. We want to hear from you! Please join us!

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