Sunday Streets: The Richmond

From Sunday Streets:

Sunday Streets in the Richmond will transform Arguello St, already a popular north-south bicycle route, into an open streets paradise for people of all ages to bike, walk, skate and roll. Connecting car-free streets on JFK drive in Golden Gate Park to the foot of the Presidio, Sunday Streets in the Richmond creates miles of car-free space for families to get out and be active on Sunday July 13!

The Sunday Streets Richmond route is a little different from last year – so be sure to check the map. After the inaugural Sunday Streets in the Richmond last year, we’re excited to bring the joy and fun of open streets back to the Richmond!

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