BCDC Review of Options to Remove Car Parking on Marina Bike/Ped Path

Agenda

5. Bay Trail Alignment along Marina Boulevard Between Scott and Baker Streets, City and County of San Francisco (First Review) [ pdf  131KB ] Exhibits [ pdf  8.5MB]
The Design Review Board will conduct a review of proposed Bay Trail alignment options along Marina Boulevard, between Scott and Baker Streets, presented by the City and County of San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and Public Works Department. The review is in response to Special Condition II-B-3 contained in BCDC Permit No. 2007.003 issued by the Commission on November 4, 2010 for the San Francisco Marina West Basin Expansion Project. This Special Condition requires the permittee, the City and County of San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department, to finalize a conceptual design for the Bay Trail along this section of Marina Boulevard.

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