SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Geary Boulevard

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Geary Boulevard is one of San Francisco’s major streets, a diverse mixture of housing, shopping and centers of work connected by the 38 Geary bus line. As the city moves towards planning for bus rapid transit, we take a look at Geary and what its transformation means for San Francisco. With Chester Fung from the San Francisco County Transportation Authority and other experts.

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