Bounded by the bay to the east and cut off by highways to the west, the Bayview is one of the least accessible neighborhoods in San Francisco. It’s time to change that. Join us at a City-led workshop on Oct. 23 to get involved in the Bayview Community Based Transportation Plan.
Over the past year, your San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has advocated for neighborhood-wide transportation planning in the Bayview. With our long history of Community Bike Builds in the Bayview and our increasing bicycle education there, we’ve heard from so many local residents about the need to transform their streets so they feel welcome and safe when walking, biking or taking transit.
We’re excited that the SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is working with local community groups including BMAGIC, El Centro, Community Youth Center, and Hunters Point Family to launch the Bayview Community Based Transportation Plan. This process will allow the SFMTA to identify shared values around mobility needs, determine which transportation improvements to prioritize, and develop an implementation plan to deliver real change on our streets.
Bayview Community Based Transportation Plan workshop
Tuesday, Oct. 23 from 5:30-7:30pm
George Davis Senior Center at 1751 Carroll Ave.
This will be a great way to meet neighbors, fellow SF Bicycle Coalition members, and community partners who are all invested in making the Bayview a better community for everyone. Have questions? Email email@example.com for more.