City of South San Francisco Wins $868,000 Grant for Pedestrian Safety
TPA congratulates the City of South San Francisco (a TPA client) for being awarded a grant in the amount of $868,000 from the Statewide and Small Urban & Rural Components of the Active Transportation Program (ATP) administered by the California Department of Transportation.
The proceeds from this grant will help fund the Linden/Spruce Avenues traffic calming improvements in order to support and encourage commercial activity while also improving pedestrian safety.
This grant award is a tribute to the leadership and staff of the City, led by Mayor Mark Addiego, Vice Mayor Pradeep Gupta, Councilmember Liza Normandy, Councilmember Richard Garbarino, Councilmember Karyl Matsumoto, and City Manager Mike Futrell.
And kudos as well to TPA Senior Director Niccolo De Luca and TPA Associate Alex Gibbs for helping make it happen.