Planners to discuss land use issues of Central Subway at SPUR 

Although there are still concerns about the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s ability to manage the massive undertaking, the Central Subway project continues to move forward, and planning officials will host a forum today to discuss updates to the plan.

Peter Albert, a manager with the SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives, will be one of three speakers discussing the $1.58 billion project at the headquarters of SPUR, a local think-tank.

Albert and other city planners will focus on how the Central Subway, which is slated to extend Muni Metro service from SoMa to Chinatown, will affect land use decisions along the transit corridor.

The meeting is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. at 654 Mission St. It is free for SPUR members and $5 for the rest of the public.

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