Second public hearing on Gateway Park on Bay Bridge scheduled for Wednesday 

Bay Area residents will get a chance to offer up their opinions again on the future of Gateway Park, a small public open space at the base of the Bay Bridge that is being eyed for redevelopment.

A public workshop will take place on Wednesday night in Oakland, with the focus of the meeting on design ideas for the small patch of green space, which sits on the Oakland side of the Bay Bridge. The Metropolitan Transportation Commission, which is convening the meeting, is touting the possibility of turning Gateway Park into a destination spot for cycling, walking, boating and other forms of recreation.

Wednesday’s meeting is the second of its kind, and will build upon ideas generated from a public hearing held in February. The meeting on Wednesday will take place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Caltrans Auditorium on 111 Grand Avenue in Oakland.

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