SF Planning Department Walking Tour: Randall and Mission Streets

From the SF Planning Department:

Please join us for a walking tour of the Randall Street and Mission Streetintersection to understand and discuss the current challenges to pedestrian safety.

Contact: Mission Public Life Plan
Phone: (415) 575-9086

More Info: http://missionpublicsfplanning.org

Location Details
Meet at Mission Street and Randall Street (Northwest corner).
San Francisco California 94110

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