The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), and San Francisco Department of Public Works (SFDPW) are partnering to bring stormwater management and traffic calming to the Lower Haight and Alamo Square neighborhoods. Visit the Details Tab to learn more.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) and San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) are working to improve stormwater management and walking and biking conditions along the iconic Wiggle route and on surrounding neighborhood streets.
- Review the announcement for the April 3rd Public Hearing, where a subset of the project measures will be considered
- Review the Project Proposal at a Glance and the Scott Street Traffic Diversion FAQ
- Visit the Documents and Reports tab to download materials from past meetings
- Sign up here to receive email updates about the Wiggle Neighborhood Green Corridor
Streets for People
The SFMTA's goal for the Wiggle Neighborhood Green Corridor is to create a route that is comfortable and safe for all who walk, bike, and live along the Wiggle. Whether taking your dog to the park, biking with your children, or chatting with a neighbor outsid your home, there are a fwe key roadway characteristics that the SFMTA can address to preserve the residential nature of the Wiggle streets:
- Ensure that pedestrians feel safe crossing the street
- Minimize congestion from motor vehicles
- Encourage slow, safe speeds from all roadway users.
Contact Miriam Sorell (SFMTA) at Miriam.Sorell@sfmta.com.
This project is a partnership of the SFPUC, SFDPW and SFMTA. The Wiggle Neighborhood Green Corridor project is funded by the Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP) and the 2011 Road Repaving and Street Safety Bond.