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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