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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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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: 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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Posted on: May 18, 2009

From Matthew Roth at Streetsblog SF

Despite concern from some neighborhood residents that the trial pedestrian plaza on 17th Street and Castro Street would be overrun... Click to read more+

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From Matthew Roth at Streetsblog SF

Standing before a crowd of more than 100 people, many of them city staff who had worked to realize the... Click to read more+

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Posted on: May 12, 2009

From Rachel Gordon at SFGate

City work crews hustled Monday to transform a small stretch of 17th Street in San Francisco's Castro neighborhood into a... Click to read more+

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From Bryan Goebel at Streetsblog SF

In less than 24 hours, city officials, including Mayor Gavin Newsom, will be standing in a new pedestrian plaza on... Click to read more+

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From John King at SFGate

San Francisco's newest public space is outlined with planters made of thick paper tubes. Granite slabs turned on their side... Click to read more+

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