SFMTA Open House: Columbus Ave Redesign

From SFMTA:

This is an opportunity for the North Beach community to hear from different City agencies regarding Columbus Avenue planned projects and provide feedback on proposals that need further refinement.

City agencies participating are:

Department of Public Works (DPW), SF Planning Department, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and San Francisco County Transportation Authority

For more information, contact:
Rachel Hiatt, 415-522-4809 or rachel.hiatt@sfcta.org

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