SFMTA Meeting: N-Judah TEP Improvements on Irving Street

From SFMTA:

Come to an open house to give your input on proposed streetscape changes on Irving Street between Arguello and 9th Avenue!

The SFMTA is partnering with other City agencies to develop street design changes that will improve transit performance and pedestrian safety. Join SFMTA staff to share your feedback on what design elements to include when Irving Street is repaved in spring 2015. Your feedback will help shape a final proposal that will be subject to a public hearing in March 2014. These proposals would benefit the 40,000 daily N Judah passengers while removing up to 30 parking spaces.

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