Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday/tonight! Hearst Avenue Bikeway Upgrade Public Meeting. This project includes improvements to pavement conditions as well as Complete Streets safety treatments for people walking, bicycling, and driving. The project will stretch from Milvia Street to Shattuck Avenue and close a gap in the city’s low-stress bikeway network. Monday/tonight! Dec. 3, […]
BART officials held a ceremony this morning to mark the completion of an $18.7 million package of improvements to the Balboa Park station. The roof of the station, previously open to the elements–and lots of pigeons–is now enclosed with glass and the crossbeams are covered in stainless steel cladding, so the station’s mezzanine is bathed […]
Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday More to Learn from Tokyo. Tokyo, as a high-tech, globally connected waterfront city that contends with frequent earthquakes, is a fascinating counterpoint to the Bay Area. It has one of the world’s best transportation systems and has built enough housing to remain affordable. Come hear about a […]
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Lots of news items on this Friday. First, the smoky conditions show no signs of abating, so another reminder to use a mask and be careful out there. Along those lines: Transit Agencies Offer Free Service: To help people avoid long, strenuous walks or bike rides in this toxic air, Mayor Breed has instructed Muni […]