Bay Area Traffic
Market St. project may mean changes on Mission St.
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco's Market Street improvement plan could mean changes for Mission Street as well.
A new suggestion calls for banishing buses on the downtown section of Mission and redesigning it to make the street safer and easier for cyclists.
The plan is the latest of three proposals for the city's $350 million "Better Market Street" project aimed at remaking the city's main boulevard into a designated transit and pedestrian-friendly corridor.
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