Cesar Chavez Community Meeting

From SFBC:

Help create a safer link to the bay by redesigning Cesar Chavez Street. Join your neighbors, co-workers, business owners on the Cesar Chavez corridor, the Planning Department and the SFMTA to develop a community-supported vision and design for street that is safe, comfortable and accessible to all. As an important connector, Cesar Chavez brings together the Mission, Potrero, Bernal Heights, Bayview and Dogpatch neighborhoods and is also a vital link to the Blue Greenway and the Bay. Email Neal@sfbike.org if you have any questions.

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