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Harney-101 Transit Crossing Project Open House

Saturday, February 8, 2020 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Join our open house for the Harney-101 Transit Crossing Project co-hosted by Little Hollywood Neighborhood Association and the SFMTA. The SFMTA wants to hear your thoughts and concerns about the potential near-term improvements that were developed for the street segments between Harney Way and Tunnel Avenue.

SFMTA staff will also share results from the Southeast Muni Expansion project, which will update the transit plan for the Candlestick Point-Hunters Point development.  

* For assistance in American Sign Language Interpretation or translation in other languages, please notify staff at 415.646.2564 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting.

Harney-101 Transit Crossing Project Overview 

The Harney-101 Transit Crossing Project would provide undercrossing improvements at Alana Way underneath Highway 101, as well as on nearby streets. These improvements are critical as large development projects in the Bayview, Hunters Point, and Visitacion Valley neighborhoods are built in the near future. Candlestick Point-Hunters Point Shipyard and Executive Park are the largest planned developments in the area and will bring significant numbers of residents, employees, and visitors into the area. Also, demand on the transportation network will eventually increase within the surrounding neighborhoods. 

The Southeast Muni Expansion  project focuses on addressing existing transit needs as well as anticipated future transit needs from the additional residents, employees, and visitors generated by the Candlestick Point-Hunters Point Shipyard development. This project would update the development's transit plan by prioritizing new transit service and extensions, which means more buses in Bayview, Hunters Point, and Visitacion Valley neighborhoods. 

At the gateway to these neighborhoods, the narrow Alana Way undercrossing beneath Highway 101 will become a critical link in the transportation network as the area grows. The undercrossing currently lacks facilities for transit, pedestrians and bicyclists, and will be unable to accommodate future vehicle volumes. The Harney-101 Transit Crossing Project would improve the undercrossing to provide these facilities and improve connections between Harney Way and Thomas Mellon Circle to Alana Way and Beatty Avenue. The project would also allow buses to quickly and effectively reach key destinations such as downtown San Francisco and Bayshore Caltrain Station. This will help accommodate and prioritize the new transit service planned as part of the new development and the Southeast Muni Expansion Project.