Alamo Square Neighborhood Association Meeting

From SFBC:

Please join your Alamo Square neighbors, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition at this regular neighborhood group meeting. The SFMTA will introduce the Fell and Oak Street Separated Bikeway project and the SF Bicycle Coalition will present our Connecting the City vision and what it means for Alamo Square residents. Emailneal@sfbike.org if you have any questions or want to be on our list for future meetings about Fell and Oak Streets.

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Fourteen years of community-driven efforts to improve conditions on Fell and Oak Streets around the Panhandle are finally paying off. The outreach continues on a vision for separated bikeways that would provide San Franciscans safe access to the flattest route connecting the western neighborhoods to areas east while making the neighborhood more livable for residents and businesses. […]

Inner Sunset Park Neighbors Meeting

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From SFBC: If you live in the Inner Sunset, come to this regular monthly meeting to talk in depth about biking in the neighborhood and about upcoming projects on JFK Drive and Fell and Oak Streets. The SF Bicycle Coalition will also be sharing our Connecting the City vision and discussing opportunities to improve biking […]

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The SFMTA is holding public meetings this week on a more transit-friendly 16th Street and a new residential parking permit area in NoPa. You can also take a ride with the SF Bicycle Coalition to see how well streets perform for bicycling in the Richmond District. Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Wednesday: The […]

SFMTA Scott Street Traffic Calming Meeting

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From SFMTA: Scott Street neighbors have expressed interest in traffic circulation changes to Scott Street that would decrease congestion and enhance the livability and safety for residents and for people who walk and bike through the neighborhood. Please join us at a focused meeting of residents on August 28 to explore traffic calming options for […]