Cesar Chavez East Bike Lanes at SFMTA Engineering Hearing

From SFBC:

Speak up for parking changes on Cesar Chavez between Highway 101 and Interstate 280. The City is proposing removing parking on this stretch of Cesar Chavez in order to fit in buffered bike lanes. This important safety project has been delayed once, but is on track to be installed in February 2012. Find out more background information here, and show your support by coming to the hearing to speak up (contact Neal if you can attend), or by sending an email of support.

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