Community meeting Saturday to address Richmond District transit

The San Francisco Planning Department will be hosting a community meeting Saturday to get feedback from Richmond District residents on what changes they’d like to see made in their neighborhood.

A number of potentially big changes are coming to the area, including bike lanes on Arguello Boulevard, Eighth and 23rd Avenues, the potential loss of through-traffic in Golden Gate Park, and the Geary Bus Rapid Transit Project.

In response to all the changes, the Planning Department will be drafting a comprehensive Richmond District Strategy, with plans to improve transit, housing and parks.

The community meeting will take place on Dec. 10 from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m., at the Richmond Branch Library at 351 Ninth Ave.

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