Designing a better Market Street

From SPUR:

Market Street is San Francisco’s civic backbone — a critical artery where much of the city’s transit infrastructure comes together. But Market Street is not just a way for us to get where we are going. It should also be a place to stop and spend time, meet friends and stroll. With Neil Hrushowy of the planning department, Timothy Papandreou andNate Chanchareon of the MTA, Kris Opbroek of the department of public works and Kit Hodge of the SF Bicycle Coalition.

Co-sponsored by the Northern Section of the APA California Chapter. AICP CM credits pending.

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