RECENT OUTREACH MEETINGS
The Geary Corridor Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project is a cost-effective way to improve bus service and enhance street conditions for Geary from Downtown to the Outer Richmond. Based on community input and ongoing technical evaluation, the project team is identifying a staff-recommended alternative and presenting it to community groups along the corridor for feedback.
We also hosted three recent open houses to describe the project evaluation process and gather input on the proposed designs. The presentation materials from each open house are available:
- Richmond District: December 9, 2013. Download the presentation PDF.
- Main Library: December 17, 2013. Download the presentation PDF.
- Japantown/Fillmore: January 30, 2014. Download the presentation PDF.
PAST OUTREACH EFFORTS
The Project held community meetings in 2012 to solicit input on the conceptual alternatives and update the public on preliminary technical analysis regarding design details for key locations within the corridor, including the Outer Richmond, the complex intersections at Masonic Avenue and Fillmore Street, and the Inner Geary segment. The outreach included three community open houses, as well as presentations to existing community groups. Available materials:
- Overview Presentation
- Display Boards:
Please feel free to submit comments via email.
GET (OR STAY) INVOLVED
If you haven't already, we encourage you to get involved! You can attend workshops to be held at key points in the process or the bi-monthly meetings of the Geary BRT CAC, which are open to the public. You may also contact the Study Team to request a presentation or meeting on this effort.
PROJECT FACT SHEET
The current project Fact Sheet is available for download in several languages: English, Spanish (Español), Chinese (中文), Russian (Русский), Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt), Tagalog, Japanese (日本語), and Korean (한국어).
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