EVENT: Community forum: “Bikes, buses, & budgets”

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The San Francisco Bay Guardian is hosting a community forum on transportation tomorrow evening, June 12th, from 6-8PM at the San Francisco LGBT Center (1800 Market Street). The forum is called, “Bikes, Buses, & Budgets: How to create the transportation system San Franciscans needs.” If you’re keen on learning more about transportation issues that affect how people get around in our city, this would be a good event to attend.

A panel of key experts and activists will be discussing transportation funding measures recently placed on the fall ballot, big ideas such as tearing down I-280 and making a Bay Bridge deck for bikes and buses, and the gap between political rhetoric and realities on the street.

Panelists include:

  • District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener
  • SF Bike Coalition community organizer Chema Hernández Gil
  • Jason Henderson, an urban geography professor at SFSU who writes the Guardian’s monthly Street Fight column
  • and a few others that have not yet been announced

One lucky attendee will also leave with a A2B electric bike as part of a free raffle at this free event.

I’ll see you out there!

Roy McKenzie

Roy has been a Castro resident since 2010 and is passionate about drag queens, bicycling, and food. Follow his babbling on Twitter.

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