The Blue Greenway is the City of San Francisco's project to improve the City's southerly portion of the 500 mile, 9-county, region-wide Bay Trail, as well as the newly established Bay Area Water Trail and associated waterfront open space system.
The alignment of the Blue Greenway generally follows the alignment of the Bay Trail and Bay Area Water Trail from Mission Creek on the north to the County line on the south, as illustrated in the map below.
Community Workshops for the BLUE GREENWAY Planning and Design Guidelines
The Port has hosted a series of Blue Greenway community workshops in the development of the Blue Greenway Planning and Design Guidelines; these meetings focused on existing conditions and best practices, presenting program and use options for each of the Port’s open spaces and alternative concepts for a palette of site furnishings, including tables, benches, lights, bollards, bike racks, and other features.
New Blue Greenway Planning and Design Guidelines -- Revised Draft for Public Review (6-7-2011)
The Port will be presenting a review of the draft Blue Greenway Planning and Design Guidelines at Port, Community Advisory Committee, and other community meetings. The next presentation will be at the Port’s Southern Waterfront Advisory Committee meeting on August 17th at 6:00 PM at the LEJ EcoCenter at Heron’s Head Park.
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