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From Aaron Bialick at Streetsblog SF

Amandeep Jawa (a.k.a. ‘Deep) might be recognized by many San Franciscans as the man who can turn any street into... Click to read more+

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From Matthew Roth at Streetsblog SF

Community groups, city staff and elected officials celebrated the opening of the final Pavement to Parks plaza this weekend, a... Click to read more+

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From Matthew Roth at Streetsblog SF

The pioneer Pavement to Parks plaza at Castro Street, 17th Street, and Market Street is about to celebrate its first... Click to read more+

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Posted on: Apr 11, 2010

From Bridget Huber at MissionLocal

About ten years ago, six lanes of traffic sped along the stretch of Guerrero Street south of Cesar Chavez Street... Click to read more+

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From Andy J. Wang at Curbed SF

It was kind of expected that the "temporary" 17th Street Plaza in the Castro, the first of a number of... Click to read more+

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Posted on: Oct 1, 2009

From Heather World at The Noe Valley Voice

Neighborhood moxie and city initiative have turned a confusing patch of roadway at the southeastern edge of Noe Valley into... Click to read more+

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From Michael Rhodes at Streetsblog SF

San Francisco’s two newest Pavement to Parks trial plazas are both on track to open by Thursday, with only the... Click to read more+

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Posted on: Aug 18, 2009

From John King at SFGate

Those of you who visit San Francisco's two newest public spaces, be prepared for a shock. Planter beds are formed... Click to read more+

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Posted on: Jul 10, 2009

From Matthew Roth at Streetsblog SF

At yesterday’s Interdepartmental Staff Committee on Traffic and Transportation (ISCOTT) meeting, where decisions about temporary street closures are decided by... Click to read more+

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From Matthew Roth at Streetsblog SF

The entire family of San Francisco city agencies responsible for maintaining its streets made an unconventional decision to close a... Click to read more+

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