Our Kiosk Plan
Kiosks will be placed at strategic points along the 500 miles of the Blue Greenway Trail which crosses through 9 Bay Area Counties. We
intend to use donated materials and provide training for the high school students involved in the construction process.
We will partner with public high schools to build our kiosks with donated materials and then place them free of charge along the SF Bay waterfront. Some will have security cams with the exact location of cameras to be determined at a later date. In San Francisco, we will consult with the Port of San Francisco, the Blue Greenway Committee and the Southern Waterfront Committee.
- Place solar powered kiosks in public recreation areas such as “Crane Cove Park in San Francisco”. These kiosks will have an integrated security camera built into the platform.
- Place electrically powered kiosks in more secure areas such as the “Pier 70 Plaza”. A continuously looping video will provide directions and describe the highlights of the complex.
- Place other electrically powered kiosks in areas of high tourist traffic. An example would be “Pier 32” , where video will provide the visitor with a history of the San Francisco waterfront. Our partners attractions will also be showcased (e.g., SS Jeremiah O’Brien, Golden Gate Bridge Museum, French D-Day Museum, etc.).
- Place benches, tables, trash receptacles and descriptive signs around “Pier 70”.
- Our final contribution to the community will be to provide periodic clean-ups of the area and provide a “Hot Spot” of FREE Wi-Fi for both tourists and local residents