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Active Communities Plan - October Update

Upcoming Community Workshops 

Over the next week, we will be holding community workshops with our partner organizations in three communities: Outer Mission & Excelsior, Bayview-Hunters Point, and Tenderloin. Join us and provide input on the draft active transportation network, proposed programs and policies, and the community-led vision for your neighborhood.  

10/28 – Outer Mission & Excelsior Workshop 

PODER, Bicis del Pueblo and SFMTA will be co-hosting a community workshop as part of the Power Youth Movement Conference on October 28th from 11am-4pm at the City Arts and Leadership Academy (350 Seneca Ave.).  

Flyer for the 9th Annual Power Youth Movement Conference. Flyer shows a rose growing through cracks in a sidewalk, with the words below "Grow Through What You Go Through". 

 

10/30 – Bayview-Hunters Point Workshop 

Bayview Hunters Point Community Advocates and SFMTA are co-hosting a community workshop on October 30th from 5-7pm. The event will be held at 2600 Arelious Walker Drive and online through Webex.  

Flyer for the Bayview-Hunters Point Community Workshop. Flyer text reads: "Walk, Scoot, Bike better in Bayview-Hunters Point. Be a part of creating a plan that improves all modes of getting around our neighborhood! Calling residents of Bayview-Hunters Point to bring your expertise to the Active Communities Plan workshop on October 30. For more info, email Dalila at dalila@bvhpadvocates.org." 

 

11/2 – Tenderloin Community Workshop 

The Tenderloin Community Benefit District, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation, Tenderloin Traffic Safety Taskforce and SFMTA will be co-hosting a community workshop on November 2nd from 12-1:30pm at Kelly Cullen Community (220 Golden Gate Ave). Lunch will be provided. 

Flyer for the Tenderloin Community Workshop. Photos show kids biking, a person scooting near a crosswalk guard, and residents. Text reads: "A workshop where we will explore your transportation vision. What is your vision for an active transportation network? What programs are needed to support active transportation? What is the best network? There will be lunch and a raffle for two $25 gift cards. For more information, please email Eric Rozell at eric@tlcbd.org." 

 

Upcoming Outreach Events: 

 

10/29 – Great Hauntway 

We will also be at the Great Hauntway event, taking place at the Upper Great Highway from Judah to Taraval on October 29th from 1-4pm. Come say hello, trick-or-treat, and talk to us about biking, rolling, and scooting around the city.  

 

What’s Next?  

We are currently gathering input from community workshops and incorporating feedback into the draft active transportation network and proposed policies and programs. We plan to bring our first draft of the citywide network to the SFMTA Board on November 21st – keep your eye out for more news soon! 

In the next few months, we will be holding additional community workshops and open houses throughout the city. If you’d like us to attend your community meeting or event, contact ActiveCommunities@sfmta.com and let us know! 

To stay up to date and find opportunities to get involved, visit SFMTA.com/ActiveCommunities