Friday Poll Day: What’s Your Preferred Design for South Figueroa

Which is the best sketch for South Figueroa

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We’ve already given some coverage to the South Figueroa corridor project funded by the Community Redevelopment Agency, highlighting some very progressive designs that the project team has put out.  With a pair of public meetings on deck for next Tuesday and Thursday, I thought we should bring back our “Friday Poll Day” series for Streetsbloggers to weigh in on which of the three designs we’ve seen thus far that they like best.

The contenders:

Option 1.
option 2
option 3

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