SFMTA Transit Effectiveness Workshop – 14 Mission (Inner Mission) and 22 Fillmore (16th Street)

From SFMTA:

SFMTA will present proposals along eight heavily-used Rapid bus routes and rail lines to improve  reliability and travel time for transit customers. These conversations will provide opportunity to hear more about the Rapid corridor proposals, discuss proposal elements, give feedback to Muni staff and learn more about next steps. The following community workshops are scheduled, with others currently being planned. If you are interested in a community conversation with your neighborhood group, please contact us. To learn more, check our schedule or find out other ways to engage with TEP, please see our Participate page.

 

14 Mission (Inner Mission) and 22 Fillmore (16th Street) proposals Wed., April 11, 2012 6 p.m. to
8 p.m.
Women’s Building
3543 – 18th St. at Valencia


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