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The SFMTA is undertaking a number of projects to improve the customer experience in the vicinity of the Balboa Park Muni/BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) station.
Balboa Park Station Citizens Advisory Committee
There are many ongoing efforts to improve the station area and over the next year and a half, the BPS CAC will meet periodically to provide feedback and ensure that staff are delivering improvements that are timely and of high benefit to the community.
2013 BPS CAC Agendas and Minutes:
Balboa Park Station Pedestrian and Bicycle Connection Project
The Balboa Park Station Pedestrian and Bicycle Connection Project began with a study to identify a list of proposals to improve safety for bicyclists and pedestrians in the vicinity of the Balboa Park Station. The study was completed in September 2009, and now SFMTA is actively pursuing funding to implement priority projects as described below.
Balboa Park Station Capacity Study
The Balboa Park Station Capacity Study is intended to conduct an engineering feasibility analysis and supporting studies on transportation proposals in the Balboa Park (Better Neighborhoods) Station Area Plan and SFMTA and BART station improvement plans, refine the long-range vision, and move short-range and mid-range projects toward implementation.
In December 2009, the SFMTA received a $722,000 grant to fund the implementation of some of the projects proposed in the Pedestrian and Bicycle Connection Study. At this time, five to seven projects will be funded from this grant. These will include: traffic/pedestrian signal improvements, crosswalk enhancements, new curb ramps, and new station wayfinding signs. All projects will be completed by fall 2012. The SFMTA will continue to identify funding sources to continue to implement projects proposed by the study.
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