Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.
Visitation Valley Library
Public Meeting Room
201 Leland Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94134
Extensive growth in the bi-county, Bayshore area is placing significant pressure on regional and local transportation systems. To meet both current neighborhood needs as well as the expected increase in travel and commuting demand, several transportation improvements have been identified for the bi-county area; including Muni Forward service enhancements, US-101/Candlestick Point interchange, Caltrain Modernization and Geneva-Harney Bus Rapid Transit.
A multi-modal facility is one significant way to better connect these improvements and serve future transportation demand in the bi-county area. A facility will also support regional priorities of coordinating land use and transportation planning, as well as reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
The Bayshore Multi-Modal Facility Location Study will analyze alternatives and recommend a location, conceptual design, and an implementation plan for such a facility in the Bayshore area based on consultant analysis, public agency input and community feedback.