Transportation agency offering Outside Lands tickets for best ‘livability’ definition 

What does livability mean to you? If you can come up with a thoughtful answer in six words or less, you could win free tickets to the upcoming Outside Lands Music Festival.

The San Francisco County Transportation Authority, a local planning agency, is reaching out to city residents via Twitter to get feedback on what it means to reside in a livable city.

In conjunction with the SFCTA’s ongoing development of a new citywide Transportation Plan, the agency will be asking locals to tweet what “livability” means to them — with the auspices that the definition be answered in six words or less. The SFCTA will set up a panel of judges to evaluate the Twitter submissions, with the winner of the contest awarded two 2-day passes to the Outside Lands Music Festival in August.

For more information about the contest, including how to enter, visit the SFCTA’s website.

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