SFMTA Open House: Embarcadero Protected Bike Lanes

From SFMTA:

Please join the SFMTA, Port of San Francisco, San Francisco Public Works and the San Francisco Planning Department to share ideas on how to improve safety and comfort for all travelers on the Embarcadero from 3rd Street to Powell/Jefferson streets.
The Embarcadero Enhancement Project is a planning process that will develop a conceptual design in efforts to improve the safety and comfort for all those traveling along The Embarcadero.
The City and County of San Francisco wants to hear your ideas on how the travel experience along the San Francisco Waterfront can be improved through the creation of a bikeway from 3rd Street to Powell/Jefferson Streets.
This open house will be an opportunity for the public to be introduced to the planning project, share ideas and learn more from the City project team.
Please join us!

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