Help Shape Treasure Island as a Sustainable, Pedestrian and Bicycle Centered Community
|October 15, 2007||Posted by jamie under Meetings|
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition in cooperation with the San Francisco Department of Public Health are in the midst of an exciting and extensive public outreach campaign to solicit input from all interested parties concerning the future of sustainable transportation on Treasure Island.
The island is being redeveloped, and it is our opportunity and priority to create a Community Transportation Plan which includes the visions of all current and future Treasure Island residents and visitors. Tree-lined sidewalks? Car-free zones? Safer bicycle boulevards? What are your visions? Please attend one of these two meetings (one downtown, one on Treasure Island) to make sure your voice is heard!
The Community Planning Workshops for Treasure Island will be held
Monday October 22, Downtown San Francisco, 5:30 – 7:30 pm, SMWM Architects, 989 Market St. (at 6th), Third Floor
Tuesday, October 23, Treasure Island, 6:30-8:30 pm, Ship Shape Center, Building 497, Avenue M and 11th Ave.
The SFBC and SF Dept. of Public Health will present the background and goals of the project as well as invite comments and ideas from all attendees. Let’s help to shape our island in the middle of the Bay and across from the water’s edge of Rincon Hill into an even better place for San Franciscans and others to enjoy.