Better Market Street Public Workshop

From Better Market Street:

You told us what you wanted for a better Market Street. We took your ideas and crafted different options to transform the way we spend time and move along this important street. Now, we want to know what you think about our new concepts for public spaces, plazas and transportation.

Join us to learn more and to discuss the opportunities and challenges to revitalizing Market Street to be a world-class, vibrant public space from Octavia Boulevard to the Embarcadero.

You are not required to register for the workshops, but we encourage you to so we know how many people plan to attend. For special accommodations and language assistance at the meetings, call (415) 554-4829 at least 72 hours in advance.

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