From the SF Recreation and Park Department:
Future of JFK Drive: Outreach Events on October 17
The Golden Gate Park Access and Safety Program, a joint effort of the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department (RPD) and San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), is tasked with finding solutions that balance the need for safe, car-free spaces with the need for access to Golden Gate Park for all visitors, including seniors and the disability community.
An extensive public outreach process that was recently launched asks the public to consider a broad range of proposed updates to the car-free route on Golden Gate Park’s John F. Kennedy Drive—from modifying street closures to improving access to mobility services like the park shuttle, bikeshare, scooters, taxis and pedicabs.
This weekend, we have outreach tabling at the Bay Wheels Adaptive Bike Share on Sunday, October 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at JFK and Kezar drives.
Categories: Golden Gate Park