SFMTA Public Meeting: Waterfront Transportation Assessment “Phase 2”

From SFMTA:

Join the public meeting to learn more about the transportation needs of the Waterfront as it faces a new era of growth.  The meeting will cover findings that will guide potential transportation solutions to meet existing and future travel demands through SoMa, Mission Bay, and Central Waterfront neighborhoods of San Francisco.

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