Balboa Park Station Circulation Study Community Meeting

BART CircStudy

Thursday, January 30, 5:30–8:30 PM, City College of San Francisco
55 Phelan Ave., Multi-Use Building (MUB) 140

Please join us for a community meeting to learn about the improvement concepts and anticipated benefits of the Circulation Study. The main goals of the Study are to:

  • Reduce multimodal conflicts near I-280 freeway ramps
  • Support efficient and reliable bus and light rail operations
  • Enhance safety, accessibility, and convenience for pedestrians and bicyclists
  • Minimize impacts to traffic going to/coming from I-280

At the meeting, the study team will share the results of the traffic analysis and pedestrian, bicycle, transit, and auto evaluation for improvement scenarios and discuss the next steps toward improving circulation in the area.

The community will have the opportunity to provide feedback and ask questions of the study team.

Agenda:

5:30–6:00: Open House
6:00–6:15: Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) Business
6:15–6:45: Presentation on Balboa Bart Station Circulation Study (SFCTA)
6:45–7:30: Q & A (SFCTA)
7:30–8:00: CAC Discussion
8:00–8:30: Open House

For more information, visit www.sfcta.org/balboa.

For special accommodations or language assistance, please call 415.593.1655 at least 72 hours in advance. Para adaptaciones especiales o asistencia con el idioma, por favor llame al 415-593-1655 al menos 72 horas por adelantado. 如有特別需求或語言協助,請至少提前72小時致電415.593.1655

CONTACT US

Visit www.sfcta.org/balboa for more information on the project, or contact Chester Fung, Principal Transportation Planner at the SF County Transportation Authority, via email or at 415.593.1655.

BART Circ Mtg Map

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