SFMTA Open House on Muni 30-Stockton Improvements

From the SFMTA:

Join us at an open house to learn about proposed improvements to the 30 Stockton!

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Gordon J Lau Elementary. 

Muni is working on multiple fronts to make getting around San Francisco safer, more reliable, and more comfortable for our customers. As part of this effort, we’re improving transit corridors throughout the city, including the 30 Stockton. Several changes are proposed along the route on Van Ness, North Point, Columbus, Stockton and Kearny, including:

  • Widening sidewalks at bus stops and crosswalks
  • Adjusting transit stop spacing
  • Creating transit-only lanes along congested portions of the route

Staff will be on hand to answer questions and discuss these changes. There will be no presentation.

Learn more about the details behind these improvements. If you are unable to attend or would like to provide comments online, please take our survey at www.muniforward.com/30survey.

 

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