We’re Hopefully Live, Right Now, at Streetsblog TV with the Hyperion Bridge Meeting

Sorry folks, Livestream is a bust. We shall have video tomorow.

If the Internet Gods are willing, we are not Live Streaming the hearing tonight on the Hyperion Bridge Redesign Project. Assuming all is working, you can watch the hearing here, on Streetsblog TV. Regardless of how smoothly the broadcast goes, we’ll be loading the full video for broadcast somewhere tomorrow morning.

I’m the person behind the camera. Tweet comments, suggestions, angry notes to @damientypes. If we’re not broadcasting for whatever reason, I’ll let you know via twitter first.

  • MarkB

    Great turnout! About two hours of public comments, almost unanimously opposed to the freeway.

  • Anonymous

    I wonder what the people behind this project are going to do now? I tried to get a comment out of CalTrans and the BoE and was rebuffed. The mayor’s office? O’Farrell? LaBonge? They have an asinine video on YouTube trying to sell this crap bridge plan – but what are they going to do now? How will this play out?

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