SFMTA Community Meeting: Waterfront Transportation Study Final Findings & Recommendations

From SFMTA:

Please join us in concluding the Waterfront Transportation Assessment. The meeting will cover the technical analysis and transportation recommendations developed during the second phase of the WTA to address existing and future travel demands through SoMa, Mission Bay, and Central Waterfront neighborhoods of San Francisco.

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