Cesar Chavez East Community Design Plan Workshop

At this workshop:

  • The Planning Department will discuss and ask your feedback on design alternatives for the Cesar Chavez East corridor from Hampshire Street to Illinois Street
  • The SFMTA will give an update on the latest design of the near-term bicycle project for the corridor. The community plan re-thinks Cesar Chavez Street as a vital connector of the surrounding neighborhoods, and a safer, more pleasant place for people who live in, work in or travel through the area.

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