Transit officials to discuss 25-year plan with public 

With San Francisco in the middle of updating its 25-year transportation plan, officials from one of The City’s transit planning agencies will meet with the public next week to discuss details of the ambitious undertaking.

The City’s 25-year plan includes objectives for moving commuters of out their cars and on to alternative modes of travel, such as public transit, cycling and walking.

On Monday, Tilly Chang and Zabe Bent, planners with the San Francisco County Transportation Authority, will hold a discussion on the plan at SPUR, a local think-tank. Brent and Chang will focus on the priorities of the plan, and how those projects will be funded. The meeting is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. at SPUR’s headquarters on 654 Mission St.

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