Cesar Chavez East Community Design Plan

From SFBC:

Help develop a community plan for a complete Cesar Chavez Street that’s safe, comfortable and accessible to all. At this workshop the Planning Department will discuss and seek your feedback on design alternatives for the Cesar Chavez East corridor (from Hampshire Street to Illinois Street), and the SFMTA will give an update on the latest design of the near-term bicycle project for the corridor. Come hear what’s next for Cesar Chavez Street and help shape better biking on this essential connection. See the Cesar Chavez East Community Design Plan website for more information.

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