Potrero Streetscape Improvements Community Workshop

From SF DPW:

Please join us to discuss the future design of streetscape improvements for Potrero Avenue, 17th to 25th streets, and adjacent Hampshire Street. The project will revitalize the public space near SF General Hospital, with pedestrian-safety and sidewalk improvements, new landscaping and reconfigured traffic lanes to improve Muni service. We would like to hear your thoughts on ways to make this important corridor better.

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