SFDPW Hearing on Installation of New Transit Shelters

Agenda

Item of Note:

Order No. 183122
To consider the intention of the Department of Public Works to issue permits to install clear channel outdoor transit shelters at the following locations:

Permit INTERSECTION

14TS-0089 SB Van Ness Avenue NS O’Farrell Street
14TS-0090 WB Lombard Street NS Fillmore Street
14TS-0091 SB Folsom Street FS 14th Street
14TS-0094 NB Kearny Street FS Bush Street
14TS-0095 EB California Street NS Davis Street
14TS-0096 EB California Street NS Battery Street
14TS-0098 EB California Street NS Sansome Street
14TS-0099 NB San Bruno Avenue NS Mansell Street
14TS-0100 WB Geneva Avenue FS Madrid Street

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