South San Francisco, CA July 1, 2018 Submitted by Robert Riechel, San Bruno Community Leader
You are invited to attend the first of four community meetings to learn about the South Linden Avenue and Scott Street Grade Separation Planning Study. The project purpose is to develop and evaluate options for grade separations at the South Linden Avenue/Railroad Crossing in South San Francisco and Scott Street/Railroad crossing in San Bruno. While the two crossings are located in two jurisdictions, they will be evaluated together in one study because they are located approximately 1,850 feet apart.
The community meeting will be interactive and gather input on concepts for design, traffic safety, and aesthetic concerns, as well as bicycle and pedestrian issues. Learn about the study and give us your feedback on existing conditions and issues as well as your suggestions for improvements in the future.
When: Tuesday, July 10th, 6:30 p.m.
Where: SSF Conference Center, 255 South Airport Blvd.