From WalkSF: Join Walk San Francisco and the SF Parks Alliance on a walk that explores connections from Potrero Hill to parks and the Blue Greenway, a 13-mile walkway along San Francisco’s southern waterfront. We’ll start off at Potrero Hill Recreation Center and walk down to the Bay, looking at how the City can improve […]
From SPUR: Image courtesy of Flickr user Brandon Doran Tour registrants will receive tour results and location meeting spot closer to the day of the tour. The Blue Greenway, a decade-old vision for an accessible and connected southeast waterfront, is taking shape. Parks, trails and access to the bay are emerging, providing local amenities and […]
From SPUR: The Blue Greenway is a City project to improve and expand the public open space network along the central and southern waterfront, from China Basin Channel to the San Francisco county line. Its focus is to identify where new parks and public spaces can be created to connect with existing open spaces in […]
This week the SF Parks Alliance shares their Blue Greenway network plans, District 7 and District 5 supervisor candidates talk livable streets, and the SFMTA makes room for four new bike corrals. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: Blue Greenway Open House. Join the San Francisco Parks Alliance at this culminating presentation of […]
A new effort is underway to build a massive national network of connected walking and cycle infrastructure— and the organization behind it says a $10 billion federal investment in the project would help the country rebound from the economic ravages of COVID-19 in a way that highway spending never could.
From SPUR: This innovative open space project is a six-block long outdoor classroom that over the past 15 years has been developed as a partnership between the Visitacion Valley Greenway Project, the Recreation and Park Department and the Trust for Public Land. Transforming the historically neglected community, it has led to the neighborhood’s ongoing revitalization. […]