Community Meeting: Taking Car Parking Off the Marina Bay Trail

This is the second community meeting to discuss the Bay Trail along Marina Boulevard from Scott to Baker. This will be an open house style meeting for the City to get community input on the changes they would like to see. We are looking for community members to come and speak up in favor of a marina that is open and safe for all who walk and bike along this iconic stretch of our northern waterfront.

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Final Community Meeting on Car-Free Marina Bay Trail

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From the SF Bicycle Coalition: Although there was a meeting held last month, SF Recreation and Park Department will be holding an additional meeting in case you were unable to attend. This is the last chance for the Bay Trail path at the Marina, and the City will again present the final preferred design for this bicycle […]

SFDPW Community Meeting on Parking Removal at Marina Green

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From Marina Community Association: On Thursday, Sept. 26th, the Department of Public Works (DPW) will be holding a Community Meeting from 6:00-7:30pm at the Moscone Recreation Center (1800 Chestnut Street) to discuss and evaluate the potentialremoval of about 50 parking spots along the Yacht Harbor/Marina Bay Trail between Scott and Baker streets. See below photo – […]

This Week: Safer Market Street

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Tuesday is packed with important meetings about making biking and walking safer and more convenient. The first Safer Market Street meeting will preview Vision Zero improvements to SF’s premier street. Across town, long-awaited preferred designs for the Marina Path will be unveiled. Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: SFMTA staff needs public input […]