Great 2nd Street Community Meeting

From SFBC:

Join David Baker + Partners, Public Bikes, Van Meter Williams Pollack, and other 2nd Street residents and businesses for a casual community get-together to talk about the city’s upcoming bike, pedestrian, and streetscape improvement project for 2nd Street. The SF Bicycle Coalition will be there and we’ll be sharing more information about the City’s planning process for 2nd Street between Market Street and King Street. Come to meet others and share ideas on how to make 2nd Street a truly safe and welcoming street. Contact LisaHowlett@dbarchitect.com if you have any questions.

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