Muni to give update on St Francis Circle work

Confounded motorists will get a chance Thursday to sound off on the winding, complicated street design in the St. Francis Circle neighborhood, and will have the chance to hear how city officials plan to improve the tricky intersection.

The intersection, located in the southwestern area of The City near the Stonestown Galleria, is crisscrossed by five street crossings and two transit routes.

Muni officials have said its one of the most complicated intersections to manage from a planning perspective.

At Thursday's meeting residents from the neighborhood will get a chance to hear from Muni planners about proposed construction upgrades that are intended to help cut down on the confusion at the intersection.

The meeting is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. at the San Francisco Waldorf School on 470 West Portal St.

Supervisor Sean Elsbernd, whose district includes St. Francis Circle, will also be at the meeting.
 

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