Ocean Avenue Mobility Action Plan Town Hall This Wednesday

The first public outreach meeting for the plan to prioritize transit and street improvements for the neighborhood will be held next week.

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Streetcars at the Curtis E. Green Light Rail Center in Ingleside. Alex Mullaney/Ingleside Light
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Public outreach is beginning for the ​​Ocean Avenue Mobility Action Plan, which is being developed by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority. An online town hall is scheduled for June 15 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

The plan looks to prioritize transit projects and to identify funding for those projects along the Ocean Avenue corridor between Junipero Serra Boulevard and San Jose Avenue. Ideas for projects could come from past studies that already identified projects or improvements, but never implemented. A task force of residents is overseeing the effort with fund acquired by District Seven Supervisor Myrna Melgar.

A task force made up of residents, merchants and neighborhood associations from both District Seven and 11, already began meeting last year in October. The public can start taking surveys in English, Spanish or Chinese to identify transportation priorities, including walking, biking, public transit and traffic congestion.

The public can register for the online town hall on the SFCTA’s website.

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