This mural was commissioned by the Mayor’s Office of Economic Workforce and Development in conjunction with the Polk Street Alleys Program. It chronicles the development of the cable car system in San Francisco and pays homage to Ms. Friedel Klussman, a San Francisco woman who is credited with implementing public awareness campaigns in the late 1940s which ensured that San Francisco cable cars would continue to operate for the foreseeable future.
Additional interpretative information about the content of this mural
Very short video of Dray working on "Transportation Hub"
More photos of Dray's work
Dray's mural for the Las Vegas Centennial celebration
Another of Dray's murals in Las Vegas
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“...I am currently preparing for another mural twice the size of this one (featuring) billiards also in San Francisco...” -- Dray
"Transportation Hub" is located in San Francisco’s famous Tenderloin district at 1150 Polk Street, which is also the northeast corner of Polk Street and Hemlock Street.