(Special to S.F. Examiner/Natasha Dangond)

How do you envision transit infrastructure along the Embarcadero?

Do you commute, walk, skate, bike or drive along the Embarcadero? If so, swing by an SFMTA open house this Thursday to contribute your ideas for a safer, more comfortable path of travel.

The Embarcadero Enhancement Project is a collaboration between the SFMTA, the Port of San Francisco, the San Francisco Planning Department and the San Francisco Public Works Department, created with the goal of streamlining transit along the corridor. A key component of the project is the construction of a separated bike lane, which the organizing groups hope will increase safety and visibility for cyclists, pedestrians and vehicles.

The open house, which will include displays of proposed designs, will take place on Thursday, November 17th from 4-7 p.m. at Pier 1 (located on Embarcadero at Washington Street).bike lanesEmbarcaderoPlanningPort of San FranciscoSan Francisco Planning DepartmentSan Francisco Public WorksSFMTATransit

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