SFMTA Engineering Hearing: 5L-Fulton Limited Upgrades

Agenda [PDF]

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SFMTA Engineering Hearing

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agenda [pdf] On the agenda: Establish stop sign on Shotwell Street at Stoneman Street Establish bicycle lanes on Washington Street between The Embarcadero and Drumm Street, and on the Great Highway between Lincoln Way and Fulton Street (northbound) or Balboa Street (southbound) Sidewalk widenings at Drumm and Jackson Streets

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