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City leaders want to preserve Van Ness Avenue’s historic streetlights

The 101’s famed “Ribbon of Light” as we know it stands in peril Today the San Francisco Board of Supervisors urged the SFMTA to stop any and all plans to replace the detailed and historic street lamps that grace Van Ness Avenue. See, the congested stretched is getting a major facelift. Among other things, the Van Ness BRT (bus rapid transit) project will get underway this month, a plan that will reduce the two center lanes of traffic to necessary bus lines.
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