SFMTA Engineering Public Hearing

Agenda

Items of Note:

ESTABLISH — NO PARKING ANY TIME

ESTABLISH — SIDEWALK WIDENING

8th Street, east side, from 178 feet to 262 feet north of Mission Street (sidewalk widened from 10 to 15 feet, removes 11 metered spaces #15-41, 33 8th Street)

ESTABLISH — ABILITY OF PERMITTED COMMUTER SHUTTLE BUS TO USE MUNI BUS ZONE

Eddy Street, south side, from Mason Street to 120 feet westerly

Harrison Street, west side, from 2nd Street to 80 feet southerly

 

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