SPUR Forum: Better Muni on 19th Ave.

From SPUR:

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Image courtesy of Flickr user jchinn84

The SFCTA and SFMTA have been working on plans to make Muni on 19th Avenue — the link connecting San Francisco State University, Stonestown Galleria and Parkmerced to the rest of San Francisco — faster and safer for everyone. Come hear some of the creative ideas the agencies studied, their future plans and what they mean for this growing area.

Peter Albert / SFMTA
Liz Brisson / SFCTA
Seth Mallen / Parkmerced
Wendy Bloom / San Francisco State University
Kath Tsakalakis / Lakeside One Neighborhood Group

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