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Near the entrance, a board asked visitors to add their suggestions for neighborhood improvements. The responses—such as "More bike lanes!", "Fix Annie Alley," and "More outside seating"—reflect what CMG's months of research revealed to be the main concern

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Originally appeared in Yerba Buena Street Life Plan
on August 8, 2011
Near the entrance, a board asked visitors to add their suggestions for neighborhood improvements. The responses—such as "More bike lanes!", "Fix Annie Alley," and "More outside seating"—reflect what CMG's months of research revealed to be the main concern
Near the entrance, a board asked visitors to add their suggestions for neighborhood improvements. The responses—such as "More bike lanes!", "Fix Annie Alley," and "More outside seating"—reflect what CMG's months of research revealed to be the main concerns of Yerba Buena residents as well. The full plan—detailing CMG's research and each of the 36 projects—can be viewed online. It's a wonderfully detailed yet easy-to-skim-and-understand explanation of the goals of the Street Life Plan, packed with images and renderings that illustrate the current state of Yerba Buena's streets, alleys, and intersections and what, if all elements of the plan are put into action, the neighborhood could be. If you're in San Francisco, be sure to stop by SPUR to view the exhibit and then take a wander through the neighborhood to find the Parkmobiles.

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