Hey, students, here's your chance to garner a decent amount of fame and money before the age of 30.
As SF Weekly reports, the Yerba Buena Community Benefit District is teaming up with the Bicycle Coalition and city planners to sponsor a student-only competition asking the city's budding architects to design a portable on-street bike corral that could be deployed in San Francisco's Yerba Buena neighborhood as needed.
The winning team gets $500 and the chance to work with a professional firm to create a prototype that could be used in the Yerba Buena neighborhood. All entries will be part of an exhibition at SPUR. Interested participants must register online by March 1. Find out how to enter at the YBCBD website.
Perhaps when these brilliant minds are done, San Francisco's students could solve Muni's budget problems, too.