Masonic Redesign Goes to SFMTA Board of Directors

From SFBC:

MTA Board Will Decide on Masonic Avenue Redesign on September 18th – Speak up today

After years of community outreach, organizing and planning, the Boulevard Proposal for Masonic Avenue is reaching it’s final legislative hurdle. On September 18, 2012 (1pm in room 400 of City Hall), the SFMTA Board of Directors will be deciding on changes to make Masonic Avenue between Fell Street and Geary Street safer by adding a tree-planted median, bus and sidewalk bulbs and a grade separated bikeway. Want to be safe walking or biking on Masonic Avenue?

Agenda

On the agenda:

  • report on Mission Street repaving project
  • SFMTA and SFBC bicycle presentations
  • Masonic Avenue streetscape presentation and traffic modifications
  • on-street parking policies presentation

 

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