Bernal Cut Walk-Through

From SFBC:

Join the College Hill Neighborhood Association, Supervisor Scott Wiener’s Office, and the SF Bicycle Coalition on a walk-through of the Bernal Cut – San Jose Avenue north of Glen Park. The first hour will focus on a tour of the Cut stairs and pathways to see the community’s plans for improvement. At 10:30, we’ll discuss bike safety issues on San Jose Avenue and brainstorm ideas for improvements. Contact sandy@bernalcut.com.

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