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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Geneva-Harney Bus Rapid Transit Community Advisory Committee


Extended Application Period for the
Geneva-Harney Bus Rapid Transit Community Advisory Committee

A Feasibility Study is being undertaken by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority to explore transit and street improvements on Geneva Avenue and Harney Way, focusing on a new bus line to provide an east-west connection in the border area between San Francisco and San Mateo County. The corridor extends from Balboa Park BART/Muni Station in the west to Hunters Point Shipyard in the east, including a connection to the Bayshore Caltrain Station. Improvements could include dedicated bus lanes and traffic signal upgrades to support fast and reliable transit, as well as streetscape enhancements to improve pedestrian conditions.

To provide input on the potential improvements and advice on reaching the broader community, we are seeking members for the Geneva-Harney BRT Feasibility Study Community Advisory Committee (GHCAC). The application process is closed for Executive Park, Little Hollywood, Sunnydale, and Visitacion Valley. However, the Authority is still actively recruiting to fill vacancies for member seats representing the Bayview, Hunters Point, Crocker Amazon, Excelsior, Outer Mission, Oceanview, Merced, and Ingleside neighborhoods.

If you or someone you know is interested in being a part of this Study, applications are now available for seats representing the above neighborhoods of the GHCAC. Application forms are due by 5pm on Monday, September 30th, 2013.

Contact Us
For additional information, please visit the project website http://www.sfcta.org/geneva-harney-bus-rapid-transit-feasibility-study or contact Kyle Gebhart, Transportation Planner at the Authority, by email, or call him at 415-593-1664.

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