Help shape design details for a better 6th street at an open house meeting next Wednesday.
With the 6th Street Pedestrian Safety Project, we and SF Public Works aim to create a safer and more inviting place to walk, bike and drive on 6th, between Market and Brannan streets. In 2019, 6th Street is set to get improvements like wider sidewalks, more visible crosswalks, bike lanes, new traffic signals, as well as landscaping and street furniture.
The plans to reconfigure 6th Street’s roadway shaped by input collected through outreach efforts in 2013, and we’re now refining details on curbside parking and streetscape beautification. At next week’s open house, we’ll share the project proposal, information about the planning process, and ask for input on how to best designate curbside parking and loading zones. SF Public Works staff will be on hand to collect feedback on streetscape features like new pedestrian-oriented lighting, new trees and pavement treatments.