Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee Meeting

Monthly meeting of San Francisco’s official public representative to the Board of Supervisors on pedestrian issues. This month’s topics include Supervisor Scott Wiener’s proposed legislation to streamline pedestrian safety upgrades, and an update on Sloat Boulevard.

Agenda [PDF]

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