Webinar: Work done to date on SF Transportation Plan

From SFCTA:

Join the San Francisco County Transportation Authority for a webinar on the San Francisco Transportation Plan (SFTP), the city’s plan to identify goals, needs and investment priorities for our transportation system over the next 25 years. We’ll discuss the development of the Plan so far, including potential transportation projects that can help maintain San Francisco’s economic competitiveness, create world-class infrastructure, and contribute to our city’s livability and healthy environment. We also seek your feedback on next steps and your suggestions about transportation projects we might not have considered yet.

Please register in advance. (Same for both webinars.)

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