Transbay Center Construction Activities Community Meeting

From transbaycenter.org:

With the completion of demolition behind us, excavation of the Transbay Transit Center site is now in full swing. All around the jobsite, we are bustling with activity and would like to invite you to come to our next community meeting to see what exciting things are currently taking place. Join us on Wednesday, August 8, 2012 to learn more about construction activities, buttress and shoring wall construction, trestle bridges, street closures and hours of activity. The community meeting will be held from 12:00 noon until 1:00 PM at the TJPA’s offices located at 201 Mission Street, Suite 2100. We appreciate that you are taking your lunch hour to learn more about this exciting project, and would of course welcome you to bring food or drinks to this meeting.

We look forward to your participation and input during this exciting time. Click for more information about the Transbay Transit Center Project or to sign up to receive construction updates.

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