Holloway Green Street Final Design Concept Presentation

From SF Public Utilities Commission:

See what exciting improvements are in store for Holloway Ave based on the community input we have received on top community priorities: nature space and traffic calming.

Join us at the Ocean Avenue Association Street Life Committee to view the preferred concept design that includes blocks with rain gardens within bulb outs, blocks with linear roadside planters, and permeable pavement within the parking lanes. Learn about the updated project site along Holloway from Ashton to Lee Avenues.

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