Livable City’s Livable Downtown Initiative seeks to make Downtown San Francisco a more vital, sustainable, and livable place. It has been over twenty years since the city’s landmark Downtown Plan was adopted. The Downtown...
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Livable CityWednesday, May 9th, 2018 at 6:52am
"If and when our cities learn to foster deliberately the four basic generators of diversity, popular and interesting streets will grow ever more numerous. As soon as such streets, by their use, earn sidewalk widening, it should be offered" wrote Jane Jacobs in 1961. It's a bit of wisdom that many cities, including San Francisco, have been slow to learn and act on.
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