Potrero Streetscape Improvements Community Meeting

From D10 Watch:

Tuesday, March 26th, 6:30pm 
1001 Potrero Avenue (@22nd St, SFGH), (map)
2nd Floor Cafeteria
The Department of Public Works, SF Planning, SFMTA, and SF General Hospital Rebuild is hosting an informational session to discuss the future design of streetscape improvements to Potrero Avenue, 21st to 25th Streets. The public is invited to join.
This project will bring a revitalizing facelift to the public space adjacent to the SF General Hospital with pedestrian safety improvements, wider sidewalks, new landscaping and new sidewalk amenities. (Construction of the new hospital, as well as the Potrero Avenue Streetscape is scheduled for completion in 2015).
There will be a brief presentation of the timeline and design options and then the City would like to hear your thoughts on ways to improve this important corridor. The project is funded by the 2011 Road Repaving & Street Safety Bond.
What: Potrero Streetscape Improvements Community Meeting
When: Tuesday, March 26th, 6:30pm
Who: Public is welcome! Hosted by: DPW, SF Planning, SFMTA, SF General Hospital Rebuild
Design/Planning: 2013
Construction: Summer 2014
Completion: Summer 2015Cost/Funding
Total: $1.6 million. This project is funded through the 2011 Road Repaving and Street Safety Bond Program.

Cristina Olea
Project Manager




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