SFMTA Walking Tour: Safety Upgrades for Page at Octavia

From SFMTA:

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency wants your feedback on how to improve Page Street from Webster to Market streets.

This informal, outdoor public meeting will be an opportunity for neighbors and roadway users to walk (or bike) the corridor with the City project team, discussing key issues and specific design concepts.

For more information, or to provide comments, please contact Casey Hildreth at casey.hildreth@sfmta.com or 415.701.4817

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