Wiggle Neighborhood Green Corridor Community Open House #3

From SFMTA:

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and the San Francisco Department of Public Works (SFDPW) invite you to learn about the green infrastructure and traffic calming proposal for the Wiggle corridor including streets in the Lower Haight, Alamo Square, and Duboce Triangle neighborhoods.

After conducting an extensive public outreach process, we would like to share our proposed locations for green infrastructure and traffic calming features that balance the desires of project stakeholders and meet the City’s goals for safety and stormwater management.

 

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