SFCTA Community Workshop: Geneva-Harney Bus Rapid Transit

From SFCTA:

The Geneva-Harney Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line is a proposed service envisioned to provide existing and future neighborhoods along the San Mateo-San Francisco County border with a bus connection to the border area’s key regional transit system hubs. The corridor extends from Balboa Park BART/Muni Station in the west to Hunters Point Shipyard in the east, including a connection to the Bayshore Caltrain Station. The study conducts conceptual feasibility planning and design work and initiates a cross-jurisdictional, community consensus-building process to prepare the bus project for the environmental clearance phase.

We hope you’ll attend a workshop and provide your feedback on the alternatives we have studied for a new transit connection in your area.

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