Stanford’s Sustainable Cities Final Presentation

From the SF Bicycle Coalition:

Over the last ten weeks, we’ve been working with three Stanford University students on a project to analyze and improve access to Golden Gate Park, informed by data, surveys, and best practices. The scope of their project included Lincoln Way entrances as well as the Panhandle bike connection.

Come to their final presentation to see their recommendations as well as learn more about the three other projects: creating a farmers market at a health clinic in North Fair Oaks, developing a transportation demand management program for the Caltrain corridor, and mapping San Francisco housing evictions through the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project. Learn more about the class here and RSVP on Facebook.

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