By Alex Eisenhart  |  @AlexOnTransit

Caltrain recently celebrated the completion of its 22nd Street Station Beautification Project, in partnership with the Dogpatch and NW Potrero Hill Green Benefits District and UCSF’s Dogpatch Community Task Force. Following SFMTA’s adjacent curb improvements earlier this year, the 22nd Street Station landscaping makeover includes a resurfaced walkway with newly constructed outdoor seating and upgraded fencing. For riders who previously used the walkway for scooter parking, that designated space has been relocated to the opposite entrance along the northbound platform.

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“The Dogpatch and Potrero are vibrant and growing neighborhoods, and they deserve a sharp, modern station to match,” said Caltrain Board Chair Gillian Gillett. “This collaborative effort to benefit transit users is a model of partnerships done right.”


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