19th Avenue Bike Ride and Workshop

From the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition:

The SF Municipal Transportation Agency has been looking at major transit improvements to 19th Avenue. For more information, visit the SFMTA website here and sign up for project updates.

In coordination with the SFMTA, we will be hosting a survey bike ride and workshop to give some feedback to the existing biking and walking conditions in the area and discuss new opportunities to improve biking and walking with the 19th Avenue project. Because this project is still in early stages of planning, this is a great chance to get involved and brainstorm different ideas of how to improve the safety, comfort and livability of the surrounding neighborhoods.

More details forthcoming regarding the start location, route and workshop.

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