Irving Streetscape Improvements Community Meeting #2

From SFDPW:

The Irving Streetscape Improvement Project extends from 19th to 26th avenues in the City’s Outer Sunset district (map). Irving Street is the local commercial district for the surrounding residential neighborhood. The renovation will provide a safer and more inviting environment for pedestrians, motorists and transit riders.

The project is currently in the planning phase and the streetscape improvements may include sidewalk bulb-outs at key intersections, crosswalk enhancements, light fixture upgrades, new plantings, site furnishings and gateway features.

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From DPW: Come to a community meeting to discuss improvements to the Irving Streetscape. The Irving Streetscape Improvement Project extends from 19th to 26th avenues in the City’s Outer Sunset district. Irving Street is the local commercial district for the surrounding residential neighborhood. The renovation will provide a safer and more inviting environment for pedestrians, […]

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