Let’s Keep the Great Highway Open

Image of the Great Highway, with a median in the middle of the photo. In the median, there are various political signs that urge people to vote.

In March, the Great Highway was opened to people as a place to recreate safely during public health orders. Since then, it’s become not only a recreational space but a community hub for art and activism, welcoming thousands of people walking, biking, and marching every day.

On November 21, the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) is hosting a virtual town hall on the long-term future of the Great Highway. However, the near-term is at stake with neighbors asking the City to reopen it to cars. Can you attend the meeting and let the City know we need to keep the Great Highway open to people?

I’m In!

While the long-term vision of the Great Highway provides an exciting open space for generations to come, the City must develop and implement a near-term plan. This open space has become a popular neighborhood and city park for so many and it’s clear we can’t wait for the longer-term redesign. The City must address the near-term while we plan for the future.

Join us this Saturday, November 21 to push the City to figure out near-term solutions at the virtual town hall.

District 4 Virtual Town Hall on Great Highway
Saturday, November 21, 2020
10:00 – 11:30 am
Join via Zoom: Click here to register

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