Polk St Phone Banking

From SF Bike Coalition:

Help us call members who bike on Polk Street and live in the area, encouraging them to attend upcoming SFMTA meetings about safer biking on Polk Street. We’ll give you a script and talking points about the Polk Street campaign. SFMTA plans for safe and continuous bikeways on Polk Street are in jeopardy and these calls will ensure our members turn out for important upcoming meetings.

Dinner provided. RSVP to jenn@sfbike.org

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