Doyle Drive officials increasing outreach efforts as construction start nears

With heavy construction slated to start in a few weeks, officials involved in the project to rebuild Doyle Drive are starting to ramp up their outreach efforts.

Representatives from Caltrans and the San Francisco County Transportation Authority are scheduled to hold three community meetings over the next nine days, including one in the Marina, and one in the Richmond District.

The $1 billion project is expected  to transform Doyle Drive, the seismically unstable southern approach to the Golden Gate Bridge, into a state-of-the-art freeway renamed the Presidio Parkway.

On Thursday, project officials will meet with Richmond residents at 6 p.m. at the Self Help for the Elderly center on 22nd Avenue. On Nov. 4, Marina community members will receive an update at 6 p.m. at the Fort Mason Center. Officials will also hold a meeting in Marin on Nov. 2.

 

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