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Balboa Park Station Pedestrian and Bicycle Connection Project
Aerial photograph of the Balboa Park Station Area. Upper left corner is the intersection of Brighton Avenue and Ocean Avenue showing houses. Traveling east on Ocean Avenue, south side of street, are houses. On the north side of the street is a small part of San Francisco City College. The I-280 Freeway is to the east of City College and runs north and south-bisecting Ocean Avenue. At the intersection of I-280 Freeway and Ocean on the north side of the street is the Balboa Park baseball field and on the south side of the street is the Muni Green Division yard and BART station. Going south from the intersection of Ocean and San Jose on the west side of the street is the Muni Green Division rail yard and on the east side of the street are houses. The intersection of San Jose and Geneva, west side, shows more of the Muni Green Division rail yard, businesses. On the southeast side of the street is the Muni Geneva Yard, and on the southwest corner is the Muni Upper Yard. East of the Muni Upper Yard is the I-280 Freeway. Going west from I-280 are the following Streets: Caine Avenue, Tara Street, Louisburg Street, Howth Street, Harold Avenue, Lee Avenue and Brighton Avenue which all run north and south.
This is a drawing of the BART mezzanine with fare gate, wall with advertisements, and a staircase.
The first logo says “Regional Measure 2 Bridge Tolls” which is where the money comes from for the grant.
Second logo is of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, which is a large letter “C” with a capital “M’ and small capital “T” in the middle.
The next logo is for the Bay Area Toll Authority which shows a drawing of a span of a bridge with the words Bay Area Toll Authority underneath the span.
The next logo is for the Safe Routes to Transit program. It is a diamond with the Words “Safe Routes to Transit” in the center with pictures of a bicycle, bus and pedestrians walking.
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