2nd Street Improvement Project Community Meeting

From www.rinconhillsf.org:

The San Francisco Department of Public Works, Municipal Transportation Agency and City Planning invite you to the second community meeting for the 2nd Street Improvement Project. The project extends along 2nd Street from Market to King. The key elements of the project are pedestrian improvements, a bicycle facility, streetscape enhancements and repaving. Come to the meeting to review the community’s design proposals and help select a preferred alternative.

Please RSVP by 9/19 at:  http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4259514322

The meeting location is accessible to persons using wheelchairs and others with disabilities. Assistive listening devices, materials in alternative formats, American Sign Language interpreters and other accommodations will be made available upon request. Please contact Kevin Jensen, DPW’s Accessibility Access Coordinator, at 415-557-4685 or by email at kevin.w.jensen@sfdpw.org. Providing at least 72 hours notice will help to ensure availability.

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