SPUR SJ Forum: Taking it to the Streets

From SPUR:

One year after the completion of the Downtown San Jose Street Life Plan, the San Jose Downtown Association has been leading numerous public realm improvements throughout the neighborhood. Come hear updates on implementation processes, learn about what will happen next and see the progress of select street life projects, from murals to art crosswalks.

+ Jason Su / San Jose Downtown Association

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