Inner Sunset Curb Management Open House
As construction on the Inner Sunset Streetscape Project draws to a close, the SFMTA is seeking input on how to better allocate curb space to meet the needs of the Inner Sunset’s businesses, residents and visitors. This project will focus on the commercial blocks of the Inner Sunset and is intended to improve safety and transit reliability while reducing congestion and supporting economic vitality by ensuring businesses have the space they need for their customers and goods to get to the neighborhood.
Potential changes could include new or reconfigured loading and short-term parking zones, parking meters, and adjustments to hours and time limits of parking regulations. The proposal will be informed by data from a merchant survey, resident survey, pedestrian intercept survey, and observations of loading and parking activity, as well as feedback from members of the public.
Please stop by the open house anytime between 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm to share your feedback on preliminary parking and loading changes. We’ll take what we hear at the meeting and use it to develop the specific proposals that will go to the MTA Board later this fall. Implementation is expected in early 2020.