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Sunnyside Traffic Calming Project
This project was made possible in part by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority through a grant of Proposition K Local Sales Tax Funds.
Speed Hump Ballot Results
The Final Report for this project area called for the installation of speed humps on several blocks. Ballots for these speed humps were sent out in July 2010. Per the SFMTA Traffic Calming Guidelines, speed humps will be installed where a majority of residents on the block of the proposed speed hump voted in favor of the hump. The table below shows the percent of ballots returned for the block and the percent of those responses for and against each speed hump proposed in this project area.
The five speed humps that were approved by a community ballot were also approved at a public hearing. They will be installed in the Spring or Summer of 2011. Those that did not receive sufficient support through the community balloting process will not be constructed and no further action will be taken by the SFMTA.
Thanks to all who have participated in the community process for this project. The SFMTA Traffic Calming Program will now seek funds to implement the recommended changes. The final report for this project is available here.
Kickoff Meeting (February 10, 2009) agenda
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