Design Cycle: Urban Prototyping Presented by Rebar

From SFBC:

Mission Bicycle Company presents Matthew Passmore, co-founder of SF’s Rebar Group, in an exploration of urban prototyping. The night’s presentation also includes the very first glimpse of the Streetscape Kit of Parts, an urban prototype kit for testing and developing bike lanes, designed in collaboration with the SF Bicycle Coalition.

Come early at 6pm for an urban-proto-parklet party on 24th street with modular stage and furniture, as well as live music and bicycle tacos. Matthew takes the stage at 7pm. Event details.

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