SPUR Forum: Transportation for the Other 9-5

From SPUR:

Image courtesy of Flickr user Rafael Castillo.

The transportation system in San Francisco largely goes to sleep at night, even though thousands still need a way to get around. A recently published set of findings and recommendations looks at making transit at night and during the early morning possible. Learn about the work underway to fill in the transportation gaps that occur when the sun goes down. Co-sponsored by the Northern Section of the APA California Chapter. AICP CM credits pending.

+ Scott Wiener / San Francisco Board of Supervisors
+ Colin Dentel-Post / San Francisco County Transportation Authority
Liz Brisson / San Francisco County Transportation Authority
Ben Van Houten / San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development
+ Jocelyn Kane / San Francisco Entertainment Commission

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