Upcoming Events:

Community Meetings:

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Bayview Footprints Presents: San Francisco Transportation Plan 2040

Put on your thinking caps! You are invited to participate in shaping the long-term, big-picture transportation plan for the future of San Francisco. Many of the City's plans include significant improvements to bike, pedestrian, transit and car policies and programs in our neighborhoods, and your input is needed to ensure that the Southeast part of the city gets its fair share of over $3B in funds that are yet to be programmed for transportation improvements over the next 25 years.

  • 5075 3rd Street
    San Francisco, CA 94124

Just to help us know how many people plan to attend, please consider signing up at http://bayviewfootprints-sftp.eventbrite.com/

You will have a chance to hear from staff at the San Francisco County Transportation Authority about the San Francisco Transportation Plan, and you will be able to give your thoughts, suggestions, and concerns over the Plans at this meeting.


At a second forum next month, staff from a wide range of City and Regional agencies will come to the Bayview to discuss projects that are either in the planning stages or that are currently underway in our area and how they will affect our daily lives in the years to come.

Contact Chris Waddling, 415-810-7556 or Jeffrey Betcher, 415-822-8082 for more details.

This event is not a San Francisco Public Library sponsored program. Event organized by Bayview Footprints (http://bayviewfootprints.org), an online resource hub for San Francisco's Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood. The tools Footprints provides - the community calendar, community search engine and interactive maps - help you connect with the neighborhood and are part of a community building vision that emerged from the Bayview Footprints Network of Community Building Groups, a network of groups facilitated by the Quesada Gardens Initiative (http://quesadagardens.org)

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