July 28, 2014 Slideshows

New pedestrian signals at Sunset Boulevard and Yorba Street 

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Mayor Edwin M. Lee activates the new pedestrian traffic signals at Sunset Boulevard and Yorba Street after signing a $500 million general obligation bond for transportation infrastructure for the November 2014 ballot.
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Three employees of Bay Area Lightworks: Herman Lee, 35, Thong Le, 34 and Mylon Tam, 36, (L To R) the contractor that was responsible for installing the new pedestrian traffic signals at Sunset Boulevard and Yorba Street, wait for the arrival of Mayor Lee to flip the switch to activate the signal.
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Mayor Edwin Lee presents while District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang and San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr (right to left) listen at the inauguration of the Sunset Boulevard and Yorba Street pedestrian traffic signal.
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Mayor Edwin Lee signs a $500 million general obligation bond for transportation infrastructure for the November 2014 ballot.
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Mayor Lee flips the switch to activate the newly installed pedestrian traffic signal at Sunset Boulevard and Yorba Street.
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Rob Shapiro and his dog Charlie are the first two to walk across Sunset Boulevard at Yorba Street using the newly installed pedestrian traffic signal.
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Three employees of Bay Area Lightworks: Herman Lee, 35, Thong Le, 34 and Mylon Tam, 36, (L To R) the contractor that was responsible for installing the new pedestrian traffic signals at Sunset Boulevard and Yorba Street, wait for the arrival of Mayor Lee to flip the switch to activate the signal.

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