“Since last March, parking spaces all over the city have been transformed into uniquely designed public parks and pedestrian spaces. The so-called Parklets are a joint venture between the Mayor’s Office, the Department of Public Works, the Planning Department, and the Municipal Transportation Agency.

With this week’s ribbon cutting on the Powell Street pedestrian promenade, there are now at least 14 parklets around San Francisco according to Streetsblog SF. Next time you’re strolling through San Francisco, check out some of the newest additions…”

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