The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is engaged in multiple studies to improve transportation in various neighborhoods.
The Better Market Street project is intended to improve and enhance the eastern half of Market Street. It is a joint project of the Department of Public Works (DPW), the Planning Department, the SFMTA, the Public Utilities Commission (PUC), the Office of Economic and Workforce Development, and the San Francisco County Transportation Authority.
The Sixth Street Improvement Project aims to provide a safer walking environment along 6th Street between Market and Howard Streets.
The Second Street Improvement Project is a joint project between the SFMTA, the DPW, and the Planning Department. The project’s goals are to improve 2nd Street, from Market to King streets, for pedestrians, bicycles, and transit. The project will include repaving, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) curb ramp upgrades, and other streetscape improvements.
The Polk Street Improvement Project will plan, design and implement improvements for people who walk, use transit and ride a bicycle along Polk Street between McAllister and Union Streets.
Green Connections will increase access to parks, open space and the waterfront, by re-envisioning City streets and paths as ‘green connectors’. This project builds on current efforts to create sustainable corridors that enhance mobility, green neighborhood streets, and improve pedestrian and bicycle access to community amenities and recreational opportunities. A community meeting will be held October 3, 2012.
The Eastern Neighborhoods Transportation Implementation Planning Study (EN TRIPS) will study the transportation network of San Francisco’s Eastern Neighborhoods, which include Eastern SoMa, the Mission, Showplace Square/Potrero Hill and the Central Waterfront together with surrounding high-growth areas of Western SoMa, Transbay District, Rincon Hill and Mission Bay. The majority of the City’s new residential and commercial growth over the next 20 years will occur in these areas. These neighborhoods also contain key local and regional transit service, including Muni bus and light rail, BART, Caltrain, and future High-Speed Rail.
The Balboa Park Station Bicycle and Pedestrian Connection Study is intended to lead to improved safety for bicyclists and pedestrians in the vicinity of Balboa Park Station. This includes the Phelan Loop development project and the Ocean Avenue public plaza project.
The Glen Park Community Plan explores public improvement opportunities like the use and design of buildings surrounding the BART station, the design and character of streets, and connecting public open spaces and neighborhoods.
The Masonic Avenue Street Design Study is intended to identify how Masonic Avenue between Geary Boulevard and Fell Street can safely and efficiently accommodate the needs of all roadway users.
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