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4:30 pm: Learn More About Better Market Street
Oct 3 –
You are invited to a community gathering on Thursday, October 3, to learn more about the Better Market Street project.
Better Market Street is the City's multi-agency project to transform 2.2 miles of Market Street from Octavia Boulevard to Stuart Street, enhancing safety and accessibility, improving transit performance, replacing aging infrastructure, and revitalizing the corridors streetscape.
The project is advancing toward project approvals this fall and in the coming months. Team members from San Francisco Public Works and San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will be joining us for community meetings to provide updates on the project.
At our first meeting, we will hear an overview of the project with an emphasis on the first phase of the project: Market Street between Eighth and Fifth streets. The team will also discuss proposed transit stops and passenger drop-off zones.
Please join us at 1155 Market Street, 10th floor, on Thursday, Oct. 3, 4:30-6 p.m.
RSVP directly to Jennifer Blot of San Francisco Public Works: Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 554-6993.
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