It’s Time to Rethink Downtown
Livable City will host the second of three free forums at the San Francisco Public Library’s Koret Auditorium on Thursday, October 15, from 6:00-7:30 p.m. 2015 is the 30th anniversary of the Downtown Plan. Our City is vastly different than it was in 1985, but our plan for the downtown community remains a generation behind. Join us as we gather leaders from the downtown transportation, architecture, and planning worlds to discuss the future of this urban landscape, how we move people from point A to point B, and its increasing role as a central social district. This is a rare opportunity to take a critical look at San Francisco’s downtown and how it can be shaped into a cohesive and thriving economic, social, and residential neighborhood.
* Maria Ayerdi-Kaplan, Executive Diretor of the Transbay Joint Powers Authority
* Joshua Switzky, Manager of Community Planning at the San Francisco Planning Department
* Kevin Conger, Principal at CMG:Landscape Architecture