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Engineering Public Hearing Agenda, February 15, 2019

Effective Date 
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SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY
Order # 6041
FOR PUBLIC HEARING

The Sustainable Streets Division of the San Francisco Municipal 
Transportation Agency will hold a public hearing on Friday, 
February 15, 2019, at 10:00 AM, in Room 416 (Hearing Room 4), 
City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, San Francisco, 
CA 94102, to consider the following proposals:


     9th Street at Harrison Street – Tow-Away, No Stopping Anytime
1.  ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING ANY TIME
     9th Street, west side, from Harrison Street to 50 feet 
     southerly (Supervisor District 6) Sam Dosick, 
     sam.dosick@sfmta.com
  
     Parking removal to allow for improved pedestrian visibility 
     for northbound 9th Street traffic turning westbound on Harrison 
     Street 

     Coleridge Street at Eugenia Avenue – STOP Signs
2.  ESTABLISH – STOP SIGNS
     Coleridge Street, northbound and southbound, at Eugenia Avenue, 
     making this intersection an all-way STOP (Supervisor District 9) 
     Sam Dosick, sam.dosick@sfmta.com
   
     SFMTA recommends making this intersection an all-way STOP to 
     better clarify right-of-way

     Hoff Street at 17th Street – STOP Signs
3.  ESTABLISH – STOP SIGN
     Hoff Street, southbound, at 17th Street, stopping the stem of 
     this T-intersection (Supervisor District 9) Elizabeth Chen, 
     elizabeth.chen@sfmta.com
   
     Proposal to stop the stem of this T-intersection to clarify 
     right-of-way.

     Judson Avenue at Frida Kahlo Way – STOP Signs
4.  ESTABLISH – STOP SIGN
     Judson Avenue, eastbound, at Frida Kahlo Way, stopping the stem 
     of this "T" intersection (Supervisor District 7) André Wright, 
     andre.wright@sfmta.com
   
     SFMTA recommends stopping the stem of this "T" intersection to 
     better clarify the right-of-way.

     Church Street at Randall Street – STOP Signs
5.  ESTABLISH – STOP SIGN
     Church Street, southbound, at Randall Street, stopping the stem 
     of this "T" intersection (Supervisor District 8) André Wright, 
     andre.wright@sfmta.com
   
     SFMTA recommends stopping the stem of this "T" intersection to 
     better clarify the right-of-way.


6.  ESTABLISH - TOW-AWAY, NO PARKING ANYTIME, PART-TIME 
     ACCESSIBLE PASSENGER LOADING ZONE, 8AM TO 5:30PM, 
     MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
     25th Avenue, east side, from 238 feet to 348 feet north of Judah 
     Street (110-foot zone) (Supervisor District 4) * André Wright, 
     andre.wright@sfmta.com
    
     To establish a passenger loading zone for the Jefferson Early 
     Education School buses and parents

7.  ESTABLISH - PART-TIME PASSENGER LOADING ZONE, TOW 
     AWAY, NO PARKING, 7AM-9AM, 2PM-4PM, SCHOOL DAYS
     Washington Street, north side, from 114 feet to 302 east of 
     Larkin Street (188-foot zone)
     (Supervisor District 3) * André Wright, andre.wright@sfmta.com
    
    The purpose of this proposal is to establish a safer passenger 
    loading zone for Spring Valley Science Elementary School.

    Webster Street at Bush Street – No Turn on Red
8.  ESTABLISH – NO RIGHT TURN ON RED, 7 AM TO 7 PM, 
    MONDAY TO FRIDAY
    Webster Street, northbound, at Bush Street
    (Supervisor District 5) Garnet Wing, garnet.wing@sfmta.com
    
    Part-time, right turn on red restriction to improve pedestrian 
    safety at the southern crosswalk at the request of a local 
    resident.

     25th Avenue, between Ulloa Street and Vicente Street – 
     Speed Humps
9.  ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
     25th Avenue, between Ulloa Street to Vicente Street (2 Speed 
     Cushions) (Supervisor District 4) * Ariel Ward, 
     ariel.ward@sfmta.com
    
     This proposal installs traffic calming devices on the block at 
     the request of block residents. SFMTA collected data and 
     confirmed that typical motorist speeds are above the legal 
     speed limit of 25 MPH.

       Raymond Avenue, between Delta Street and Elliot Street – 
       Speed Cushions
10.  ESTABLISH – SPEED CUSHIONS
       Raymond Avenue, between Delta Street and Elliot Street (2 
       Speed Cushions) (Supervisor District 10) * Ariel Ward, 
       ariel.ward@sfmta.com
     
       This proposal installs traffic calming devices on the block at 
       the request of block residents. SFMTA collected data and 
       confirmed that typical motorist speeds are above the legal 
       speed limit of 25 MPH.


       

       1400-1490 12th Avenue – Residential Permit Parking 
       Extension
11.  ESTABLISH – RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PARKING AREA J
       ESTABLISH – 2-HOUR PARKING, 8 AM TO 5 PM, MONDAY 
       THROUGH FRIDAY, EXCEPT VEHICLES WITH AREA J 
       PERMITS
       1400 block of 12th Avenue, both sides, between Judah 
       Street and Kirkham Street (Supervisor District 7) 
       Gerry Porras, Gerry.porras@sfmta.com

       Extension of Area J will allow residents with permits 
       to park within Area J.

       Donahue Street and Kirkwood Avenue – STOP Signs
12.  ESTABLISH – STOP SIGNS
       Donahue Street, southbound, at Kirkwood Avenue
       Kirkwood Avenue, eastbound, at Donahue Street, 
       making this intersection an all-way STOP (Supervisor 
       District 10) Sam Dosick, sam.dosick@sfmta.com
     
       SFMTA recommends making this intersection an all-way 
       STOP to clarify the right-of-way

       Connecticut Street, between 20th Street and Potrero 
       Hill Park – Residential Permit Parking Extension
13.  ESTABLISH – RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PARKING, AREA X
       ESTABLISH – 2-HOUR PARKING, 8 AM TO 6 PM, MONDAY 
       THROUGH FRIDAY, EXCEPT VEHICLES WITH AREA X 
       PERMITS
       Connecticut Street, both sides, between 20th Street and 
       Potrero Hill Park (500 & 600 blocks) (Supervisor District 
       10) Gerry Porras, gerry.porras@sfmta.com

       This proposal will extend Area X permits for residents of 
       Connecticut Street.

           Cranleigh Drive, between Sloat Boulevard and Lagunitas 
           Street – Residential Permit Parking Extension
14(a).  RESCIND – 2-HOUR PARKING, 7 AM TO 6 PM, EXCEPT 
           SUNDAYS
           Cranleigh Drive, both sides, between Sloat Boulevard 
           and Lagunitas Drive

14(b).  ESTABLISH – RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PARKING, AREA H
           Cranleigh Drive, west side, between Sloat Boulevard 
           and Lagunitas Drive

14(c).  ESTABLISH – 2-HOUR PARKING, 8 AM TO 6 PM, MONDAY 
           THROUGH FRIDAY, EXCEPT VEHICLES WITH AREA H 
           PERMITS
           Cranleigh Drive, both sides, between Sloat Boulevard 
           and Lagunitas Drive (Supervisor District 7) Gerry 
           Porras, gerry.porras@sfmta.com

           This proposal will extend Area H permits for residents 
           of Cranleigh Drive.


            Geary Boulevard and Broderick Street, Divisadero Street 
            and Garden Street – Loading Zones and Motorcycle Parking
15(a).  ESTABLISH – RED ZONE
            A.  Broderick Street, east side, from Geary Boulevard to 
                 2 feet northerly*
            B.  Broderick Street, east side, from 25 feet to 30 feet 
                 north of Geary Boulevard*
            C.  Broderick Street, east side, from 36 feet to 39 feet 
                  north of Geary Boulevard*
            D.  Divisadero Street, west side, from Garden Street to 8 
                  feet northerly*
            E.  Divisadero Street, west side, from 22 feet to 25 feet 
                  north of Garden Street*

15(b).  ESTABLISH – YELLOW LOADING ZONE, 30-MINUTE TIME 
           LIMIT, 8 AM TO 6 PM, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
           Broderick Street, east side, from 2 feet to 25 feet north 
           of Geary Boulevard (converts RPP parking space to yellow 
           loading) *

15(c).  ESTABLISH – UNMETERED MOTORCYCLE PARKING
           Broderick Street, east side, from 30 feet to 36 feet north 
           of Geary Boulevard (converts RPP parking space to 2 
           motorcycle parking spaces) *

15(d).  ESTABLISH – METERED MOTORCYCLE PARKING
           Divisadero Street, west side, from 8 feet to 22 feet north 
           of Garden Street (establishes 4 motorcycle parking spaces, 
           rescinds metered space 1517) * (Supervisor Districts 2 and 
           5) Hester Yu, hester.yu@sfmta.com

           Proposal to establish motorcycle parking in the area at the 
           request of residents. A yellow zone is proposed to 
           accommodate Kaiser Permanente’s loading needs.

       Indiana Street, between Cesar Chavez Street and Tulare Street 
       – Red Zones
16.  ESTABLISH – RED ZONE
       A.  Indiana Street, west side, from 72 feet to 92 feet north of 
            Marin Street*
       B.  Indiana Street, west side, from 117 feet to 137 feet north 
            of Marin Street*
       C.  Indiana Street, west side, from 70 feet to 90 feet north of 
            Tulare Street*
       D.  Indiana Street, east side, from Tulare Street to 20 feet 
             northerly* (Supervisor District 10) Felipe Robles, 
             felipe.robles@sfmta.com
     
            These red zones would provide turning clearance for Muni 
            buses entering and exiting Islais Creek Division

       27th Street, between Dolores Street and Guerrero Street – 
       Speed Cushions
17.  ESTABLISH – SPEED CUSHIONS
       27th Street, between Dolores Street and Guerrero Street (2 
       3-lump speed cushions)
       (Supervisor District 8) * Jarrett Hornbostel, 
       jarrett.hornbostel@sfmta.com
     
       Speed cushions proposed in conjunction with the installation 
       of a new traffic signal at the intersection of 27th Street 
       and Guerrero Street to mitigate vehicle speeding and cut 
       through traffic concerns expressed by 27th Street residents.


Categorically exempt from Environmental Review: CEQA Guidelines 
Section 15301 Class 1(c): Operation, repair, maintenance, or minor 
alteration of existing highways and streets, sidewalks, gutters, 
bicycle and pedestrian trails, and similar facilities.

 

________________________________________________________
Andrea Contreras, SFMTA              Date

The following items are pending environmental clearance:

            Elk/Diamond Heights/Sussex Intersection Improvements
18(a).  ESTABLISH – RECTANGULAR RAPID FLASHING BEACON
            Elk Street / Diamond Heights Boulevard at Sussex Street

18(b).  ESTABLISH - TOW AWAY, NO STOPPING ANYTIME
           Diamond Heights Boulevard, west side, from Sussex Street 
           to Arbor Street
           Sussex Street, south side, from Elk Street to 33 feet 
           easterly
           Sussex Street, north side, from Diamond Heights Boulevard 
           to 15 feet easterly

18(c).  RESCIND – NO PARKING, PASSENGER LOADING ZONE, 
           8AM – 9AM, MONDAY – FRIDAY, JUNE – AUGUST
           Diamond Heights Boulevard, west side, from Sussex Street 
           to 120 feet northerly

18(d).  ESTABLISH – CROSSWALK CLOSURE
           Diamond Heights Boulevard at Arbor Street, south crossing
           Diamond Heights Boulevard at Arbor Street, north crossing

18(e).  ESTABLISH – 25 MPH SPEED LIMIT
           Diamond Heights Boulevard, between Berkeley Way (west) 
           and Sussex Street (reduces speed limit from 30 mph) 
           (Supervisor District 8) Gabriel Ho, gabriel.ho@sfmta.com
        
           SFMTA recommends various intersection changes to 
           improve pedestrian access to Glen Canyon in response 
           to resident requests.
 

The following items are pending environmental clearance:

19(a).  27 Bryant Line - Various Locations between 5th 
           Street/Market Street and Jackson Street/Van Ness Avenue 
           – 27 Bryant Transit Reliability Project
           ESTABLISH – BUS ZONE
           A.  Jackson Street, north side, from Hyde Street to 80 
                feet westerly (converts Muni flag stop into a bus zone 
                and eliminates 4 parking spaces)
           B.  Washington Street, south side, from Larkin Street to 112 
                feet westerly (converts existing Muni flag stop into a 
                bus zone and removes metered parking spaces 1601 
                and 1605)


           C.  Jones Street, west side, from O’Farrell Street to 90 feet 
                 southerly (new bus zone as part of rerouted 27 line 
                 removes meters 423, 425, and 427)
           D.  Leavenworth Street, east side, from 75 feet to 100 feet 
                 south of California Street (extends bus zone by removing  
                1 parking space)
           E.  Leavenworth Street, east side, from 74 feet to 100 feet 
                south of Sacramento Street (extends bus zone through 
                driveway - no parking impact)
           F.  Hyde Street, west side, from 77 feet to 100 feet north of 
                Clay Street (extends bus zone by removing 1 parking space)
          G.  Hyde Street, west side, from 78 feet to 93 feet north of 
                California Street (extends bus zone through driveway – no 
                parking impact)
          H.  Jones Street, west side, from 76 feet to 98 feet north of 
               Sutter Street (extends bus zone by removing meter 809)
           I.  Jones Street, west side, from 74 feet to 96 feet north of 
               Post Street (extends bus zone by removing meter 709)
          J.  Jones Street, west side, from 68 feet to 102 feet north of 
               Geary Street (extends bus zone by removing meter 609)
          K.  Eddy Street, south side, from 80 feet to 110 feet east of 
               Jones Street (extends bus zone by removing yellow meter 
               235)

19(b).  RESCIND – BUS ZONE
           A.  Ellis Street, north side, from Mason Street to 89 feet 
                easterly
           B.  Ellis Street, north side, from Jones Street to 77 feet 
                westerly
           C.  Leavenworth Street, east side, from Washington Street to 80 
                feet southerly
           D.  Bush Street, south side, from Leavenworth Street to 80 feet 
                 easterly
           E. Mason Street, west side, from Ellis Street to 70 feet 
                southerly

19(c).  RESCIND – MUNI FLAG STOP
           A.  Jackson Street, north side, east of Larkin Street
           B.  Washington Street, south side, east of Van Ness Avenue
           C.  Washington Street, south side, west of Hyde Street
           D.  Hyde Street, west side, south of Sacramento Street
           E.  Mason Street, west side, south of O’Farrell Street

19(d).  ESTABLISH – SIDEWALK WIDENING
           ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING ANYTIME
           A.  Ellis Street, north side, from Leavenworth Street to 54 feet 
                easterly (adds 6-foot wide bus bulb at existing Muni flag 
                stop and removes parking metered space 434)
           B.  Leavenworth Street, east side, from O’Farrell Street to 78 
                feet southerly (adds 5-foot wide bus bulb at existing bus zone)
           C.  Leavenworth Street, east side, from Geary Street to 79 feet 
                southerly (adds 5-foot wide bus bulb at existing bus zone)
           D.  Leavenworth Street, east side, from Post Street to 68 feet 
                southerly (adds 5-foot wide bus bulb at existing bus zone)
           E.  Leavenworth Street, east side, from Sutter Street to 68 feet 
                southerly (adds 6-foot wide bus bulb at existing bus zone)


           F.  Leavenworth Street, east side, from Bush Street to 68 feet 
                southerly (adds 6-foot wide bus bulb at existing bus zone)
          G.  Leavenworth Street, east side, from Pine Street to 68 feet 
                southerly (adds 6-foot wide bus bulb at existing bus zone)
          H.  Bush Street, south side, from Jones Street to 58 feet westerly 
                (adds 6-foot wide bus bulb at existing flag stop and removes 
                2 parking spaces)

19(e).  ESTABLISH – SIDEWALK WIDENING
            ESTABLISH – NO STOPPING ANYTIME
            A.  Leavenworth Street, west side, from Pine Street to 35 feet 
                 southerly (adds 6-foot wide pedestrian bulb at existing red 
                 zone)
            B.  Leavenworth Street, west side, from Pine Street to 25 feet 
                 northerly
            C.  Pine Street, north side, from Leavenworth Street to 25 feet 
                 westerly (adds a wraparound 6-foot wide pedestrian bulb and 
                 removes two parking spaces)

19(f).  ESTABLISH – YELLOW METERED LOADING ZONE, 7 AM TO 
           6 PM, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
          A.  Ellis Street, north side, from 60 feet to 89 feet east of 
               Mason Street (yellow metered parking space replaces part of 
               the rescinded Muni bus zone)
          B.  Ellis Street, north side, from 10 feet to 33 feet west of 
               Jones Street
          C.  Ellis Street, north side, from 54 feet to 96 feet east of 
                Leavenworth Street 
               (converts parking meters 430 and 432 to metered commercial 
               loading zones)
          D.  Sutter Street, north side from 75 feet to 115 feet west of 
                Jones Street (converts meters 810 and 812 to metered 
                commercial loading zones)
          E.  Mason Street, west side, from 10 feet to 30 feet south of 
               Ellis Street (replaces part of rescinded bus zone)

19(g).  ESTABLISH – YELLOW METERED LOADING ZONE, 7 AM TO 
            6 PM, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
           Eddy Street, south side, from 168 feet to 190 feet east of Jones 
           Street (converts meter 227 to a metered commercial loading zone)

19(h).  ESTABLISH – YELLOW METERED LOADING ZONE, 8 AM TO 
            6 PM, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
            Jones Street, west side, from 7 feet to 28 feet south of Bush 
            Street (converts meter 825 into a metered commercial loading zone)
    
            Hyde Street, east side, from 3 feet to 59 feet south of California 
            Street (converts meter 1024 to a metered commercial loading zone)

19(i).  RESCIND – YELLOW METERED LOADING ZONE, 8 AM TO 6 PM, 
          MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
          Hyde Street, east side, from 3 feet to 19 feet south of California 
          Street (converts yellow meters 1026 and 1028 to two larger sized 
          yellow loading zones by removing yellow metered space 1024)


19(j).  ESTABLISH – GREEN METERED PARKING, 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT, 
          9 AM TO 6 PM, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
          Jones Street, west side, from 30 feet to 52 feet north of Ellis 
          Street (converts yellow meter 403 to short term metered parking)

19(k).  ESTABLISH – YELLOW LOADING ZONE, 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT, 
           8 AM TO 6 PM, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
           Leavenworth Street, from 55 feet to 80 feet south of Washington 
           Street (replaces part of rescinded bus zone)

19(k).  ESTABLISH – GENERAL METERED PARKING
           Sutter Street, north side, from 115 feet to 135 feet west of 
           Jones Street (metered parking space replaces 5 motorcycle parking 
           spaces)

19(l).  ESTABLISH – METERED MOTORCYCLE PARKING
          Sutter Street, north side, from 135 to 154 feet west of Jones 
          Street (5 metered motorcycle parking spaces replaces unregulated 
          parking space)

19(m).  ESTABLISH – RED ZONE
            A.  Ellis Street, north side, from Mason Street to 22 feet 
                 easterly (replaces part of rescinded bus zone)
            B.  Leavenworth Street, west side, from Clay Street to 20 feet 
                 northerly (removes one parking space)
            C.  Clay Street, north side, from Leavenworth Street to 20 feet
                 westerly (removes one parking space)
            D.  Hyde Street, east side, from Jackson Street to 20 feet southerly 
                 (removes one parking space)
            E.  Larkin Street, east side, from Washington Street to 20 feet 
                 southerly (removes one parking space)
    
            Various improvements to improve transit reliability and pedestrian 
            safety.(Supervisor Districts 3 and 6) Felipe Robles, 
            Felipe.robles@sfmta.com

The following items have been environmentally cleared by the Planning 
Department on March 7, 2018, Case 2018-0002734ENV:

           27th Street and Guerrero Street Intersection – New Traffic Signal
20(a).  ESTABLISH – TRAFFIC SIGNAL
           27th Street and Guerrero Street

20(b).  RESCIND – RIGHT TURN ONLY
           27th Street, westbound, at Guerrero Street
           (Supervisor Districts 8 and 9) Jarrett Hornbostel, 
           jarrett.hornbostel@sfmta.com

SFMTA staff recommends the installation of a new traffic signal to improve 
intersection safety, in particular for pedestrians crossing Guerrero. The 
signal will be funded by California Pacific Medical Center as a condition 
of their Development Agreement with the City and County of San Francisco.


The following items have been environmentally cleared by the Planning 
Department on January 16, 2019, Case 2019-000689ENV:

       20th Avenue and Judah Street – Rectangular Rapid 
       Flash Beacons (RRFB)
21.  ESTABLISH – RECTANGULAR RAPID FLASH BEACONS
       20th Avenue and Judah Street, crossing Judah Street
       (Supervisor District 4) 8 Celine Leung, celine.leung@sfmta.com
     
       Proposal to install a pedestrian activated flashing beacon to 
       enhance pedestrian crossing safety.

The following items have been environmentally cleared by the Planning 
Department on January 16, 2019, Case 2019-000574ENV:

       Delano Avenue and Ocean Avenue – Rectangular Rapid 
       Flash Beacons (RRFB)
22.  ESTABLISH – RECTANGULAR RAPID FLASH BEACONS
       Delano Avenue and Ocean Avenue, crossing Ocean Avenue
       (Supervisor District 11) * Celine Leung, celine.leung@sfmta.com

       Proposal to install a pedestrian activated flashing beacon to  
       enhance pedestrian crossing safety.

The following items have been environmentally cleared by the Planning 
Department on December 18, 2015, Case 2015-005492ENV:

       Buchanan Street at Marina Boulevard – Bike Share Station
23.  ESTABLISH – SIDEWALK BIKE SHARE STATION
       Buchanan Street, east side, from 109 feet to 222 feet south of 
      Marina Boulevard (113-foot bike share station) (Supervisor 
      District 2) * Laura Stonehill, Laura.Stonehill@sfmta.com

      Proposing a Ford GoBike bike share on the sidewalk on the east 
      side of Buchanan Street, adjacent to the Safeway parking lot.

The following items have been environmentally cleared by the Planning 
Department on December 18, 2015, Case 2015-005492ENV:

       Bay Street at Fillmore Street – Bike Share Station
24.  ESTABLISH – NO PARKING EXCEPT BICYCLES
       ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION
       Bay Street, south side, from 91 feet to 163.5 feet east of 
       Fillmore Street (72-foot, 1-inch bike share station in floating 
       parking lane) (Supervisor District 2) * Laura Stonehill, 
       Laura.Stonehill@sfmta.com

       Proposing a Ford GoBike bike share station in the floating parking 
       lane on the south side of Bay Street, adjacent to Marina Middle 
       School.


The following items have been environmentally cleared by the Planning 
Department on October 23, 2018, Case 2018-014462ENV:

25(a).  ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING ANYTIME
           20th Avenue, east side, from Lincoln Way to 60 feet southerly 
           (right-turn pocket)
           20th Avenue, east side, from Kirkham Street to 15 feet 
           northerly (turn accommodation)

25(b).  ESTABLISH – NO RIGHT TURN ON RED, EXCEPT BIKES
           20th Avenue, southbound at Irving Street

25(c).  ESTABLISH – NO PARKING AT ANY TIME
           Judah Street, north side, from 20th Avenue to 20 feet westerly 
           (extends existing 12-foot fire hydrant red zone by 8 feet, 
           removes one parking space, widens sidewalk by 6 feet)

25(d).  ESTABLISH – RED ZONE
           A.  20th Avenue, west side, from Lincoln Way to 20 feet 
                 southerly (turn accommodation)
           B.  20th Avenue, west side, from Irving Street to 20 feet 
                 northerly (visibility red zone)
           C.  20th Avenue, east side, from Irving Street to 16 feet 
                 southerly (visibility red zone, removes one yellow 
                 commercial loading zone)
           D.  Irving Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 11 feet 
                westerly (visibility red zone, removes one general metered 
                parking space)
           E.  20th Avenue, west side, from Judah Street to 3 feet 
                northerly (visibility red zone)
           F.  20th Avenue, east side, from Judah Street to 6 feet 
                southerly (visibility red zone)
           G.  20th Avenue, west side, from Kirkham Street to 3 feet 
                northerly (visibility red zone)
           H.  20th Avenue, east side, from Kirkham Street to 10 feet 
                 southerly (visibility red zone)
            I.  20th Avenue, west side, from Kirkham Street to 5 feet 
                southerly (turn accommodation)
           J.  Kirkham Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 8 feet 
               westerly (visibility red zone)
           K.  Kirkham Street, north side, from 20th Avenue to 15 feet 
                westerly (turn accommodation)
           L.  Kirkham Street, north side, from 20th Avenue to 20 feet 
                easterly (visibility red zone)
          M.  20th Avenue, west side, from Lawton Street to 20 feet 
                northerly (visibility red zone)
          N.  20th Avenue, east side, from Lawton Street to 10 feet 
                southerly (visibility red zone)
          O.  Lawton Street, north side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
                easterly (visibility red zone)
          P.  Lawton Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
               westerly (visibility red zone)
          Q.  20th Avenue, west side, from Moraga Street to 10 feet 
                northerly (visibility red zone)
          R.  20th Avenue, east side, from Moraga Street to 10 feet 
                southerly (visibility red zone)
          S.  20th Avenue, east side in intersection, from Moraga Street 
                to 10 feet southerly (visibility red zone in stem of T)
          T.  20th Avenue, east side in intersection, from Moraga Street 
               to 10 feet northerly (visibility red zone in stem of T)
          U.  Moraga Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
                westerly (visibility red zone)
          V.  20th Avenue, west side, from Noriega Street to 18 feet 
               northerly (visibility red zone, removes one general metered 
               parking space)
         W.  Noriega Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 6 feet 
               westerly (visibility red zone)
          X.  20th Avenue, west side, from Ortega Street to 10 feet 
                northerly (visibility red zone)
          Y.  20th Avenue, east side, from Ortega Street to 10 feet 
               southerly (visibility red zone)


          Z.  Ortega Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
               westerly (visibility red zone)
        AA.  Ortega Street, north side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
                easterly (visibility red zone)
        BB.  20th Avenue, east side, from Pacheco Street to 10 feet 
                southerly (visibility red zone)
        CC.  Pacheco Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
                westerly (visibility red zone)
        DD.  Pacheco Street, north side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
                easterly (visibility red zone)
        EE.  20th Avenue, west side, from Quintara Street to 10 feet 
                northerly (visibility red zone)
        FF.  20th Avenue, east side, from Quintara Street to 10 feet 
               southerly (visibility red zone)
       GG.  Quintara Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
                westerly (visibility red zone)
       HH.  Quintara Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
               easterly (visibility red zone)
          II.  20th Avenue, west side, from Rivera Street to 10 feet 
               northerly (visibility red zone)
        JJ.  20th Avenue, east side, from Rivera Street to 9 feet 
               southerly (visibility red zone)
       KK.  Rivera Street, north side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
               easterly (visibility red zone)
        LL.  Rivera Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
               westerly (visibility red zone)
      MM.  20th Avenue, west side, from Santiago Street to 10 feet 
               northerly (visibility red zone)
       NN.  20th Avenue, east side, from Santiago Street to 10 feet 
               southerly (visibility red zone)
      OO.  Santiago Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
               westerly (visibility red zone)
       PP.  Santiago Street, north side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
               easterly (visibility red zone)
      QQ.  20th Avenue, west side, from Taraval Street to 10 feet 
               northerly (visibility red zone)
       RR.  20th Avenue, west side, from Ulloa Street to 10 feet 
               northerly (visibility red zone)
       SS.  20th Avenue, east side, from Ulloa Street to 10 feet 
               northerly (turn accommodation)
        TT.  20th Avenue, east side, from Ulloa Street to 10 feet 
               southerly (visibility red zone)
       UU.  20th Avenue, west side, from Ulloa Street to 12 feet 
               southerly (turn accommodation)
       VV.  Ulloa Street, north side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
               easterly (visibility red zone)
     WW.  Ulloa Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 25 feet 
              easterly (turn accommodation)
       XX.  Ulloa Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
               westerly (visibility red zone)
       YY.  Ulloa Street, north side, from 20th Avenue to 12 feet 
               westerly (turn accommodation)
       ZZ.  20th Avenue, west side, from Vicente Street to 10 feet 
               northerly
    AAA.  20th Avenue, east side, from Vicente Street to 10 feet 
               southerly
    BBB.  Vicente Street, south side, from 20th Avenue to 10 feet 
              westerly
    CCC.  20th Avenue, west side, from Wawona Street to 10 feet 
               northerly

25(e).  RESCIND – 45-DEGREE GENERAL METERED PARKING 
           (CONVERT TO PARALLEL)
           20th Avenue, west side, from 10 feet to 94 feet north of 
           Irving Street
          20th Avenue, east side, from 30 feet to 94 feet south of 
           Irving Street

25(f).  ESTABLISH – GENERAL METERED PARKING (CONVERT 
          FROM 45-DEGREE)
          20th Avenue, west side, from 20 feet to 94 feet north of 
          Irving Street (net reduction of two general metered spaces)
          20th Avenue, east side, from 44 feet to 102 feet south of Irving 
          Street (net reduction of two general metered spaces)


25(g).  RESCIND – 45-DEGREE PARKING (CONVERT TO 
            PARALLEL)
            20th Avenue, east side, from Ortega Street to 140 feet 
            southerly (net reduction of five parking spaces)
            20th Avenue, east side, from 10 feet to 104 feet north of 
            Quintara Street (net reduction of three parking spaces)

25(h).  ESTABLISH – 45-DEGREE FRONT-IN PARKING
           Pacheco Street, north side, from 20th Avenue to 89 feet  
           westerly (establishes six 45 degree parking spaces, net  
           addition of 1 space)
           Pacheco Street, north side, from 10 feet to 81 feet easterly of 
           20th Avenue (establishes five 45 degree parking spaces, net 
           addition of 1 space)

25(i).  ESTABLISH – 45-DEGREE BACK-IN PARKING (CONVERT 
          FROM FRONT-IN)
          A.  20th Avenue, east side, from 10 feet south of Lawton Street 
               to Moraga Street (establishes 44 45-degree parking spaces, 
               net reduction of 1 space)
          B.  20th Avenue, east side, from 10 feet south of Moraga Street 
               to 277 feet south of Moraga Street (establishes 22 45-degree 
               spaces)
          C.  20th Avenue, west side, from 24 feet south of Taraval Street
               to 102 feet south of Taraval Street (establishes six 45-degree 
               parking spaces)

25(j).  ESTABLISH – METERED YELLOW ZONE, COMMERICIAL 
          LOADING, 8 AM TO 6 PM, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
          20th Avenue, east side, from 16 to 44 feet south of Irving Street

25(k).  ESTABLISH – WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 8 AM TO 
           9:30 AM, 11 AM TO 12:30 PM, SCHOOL DAYS
           20th Avenue, from Quintara Street to 100 feet northerly (expands 
           white zone by 10 feet)

25(l).  ESTABLISH – SPEED CUSHIONS (TWO-SLOT)
          A.  20th Avenue, between Lincoln Way and Irving Street (2 speed 
                cushions)
          B.  20th Avenue, between Irving Street and Judah Street (2 speed 
                cushions)
          C.  20th Avenue, between Judah Street and Kirkham Street (2 speed 
                cushions)
          D.  20th Avenue, between Kirkham Street and Lawton Street (2  
                speed cushions)
          E.  20th Avenue, between Noriega Street and Ortega Street (2 speed 
                cushions)
          F.  20th Avenue, between Ortega Street and Pacheco Street (2 speed 
               cushions)    
         G.  20th Avenue, between Pacheco Street and Quintara Street (2 
               speed cushions)
         H.  20th Avenue, between Quintara Street and Rivera Street (2 speed 
               cushions)
           I.  20th Avenue, between Rivera Street and Santiago Street (2 speed 
               cushions)
          J.  20th Avenue, between Santiago Street and Taraval Street (2 speed
               cushions)
          K.  20th Avenue, between Ulloa Street and Vicente Street (2 speed 
                cushions)


The 20th Avenue Neighborway Project is proposing a number of changes to the 
20th Avenue corridor to create a more pleasant north-south route for people 
walking and biking to Golden Gate Park, Stern Grove, or other neighborhood 
destinations in the Sunset District. Elements of the proposal include new 
uphill buffered bike lanes, sharrows, two traffic circles, parking configuration
changes, visibility red zone, bulbouts, bike boxes, and new bike signals
 and bike crossing treatments to Golden Gate Park at Lincoln. (Supervisor
District 4) Nick Smith, nick.smith@sfmta.com

* Items denoted with a asterik (* ) can be given approval by the City Traffic 
Engineer after the public hearing. Otherwise, the SFMTA Board will make the 
final approval at a later date based on the outcome at the public hearing.

California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Appeal Rights under Chapter 31 of 
the San Francisco Administrative Code: For Approval Actions, the Planning 
Department has issued a CEQA exemption determination or negative declaration, 
which may be viewed online at http://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=3447
Following approval of the item by the SFMTA City Traffic Engineer, the CEQA 
determination is subject to appeal within the time frame specified in S.F. 
Administrative Code Section 31.16, typically within 30 calendar days of the 
Approval Action. For information on filing a CEQA appeal, contact the Clerk 
of the Board of Supervisors at City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, 
Room 244, San Francisco, CA 94102, or call (415) 554-5184. Under CEQA, in a 
later court challenge, a litigant may be limited to raising only those issues 
previously raised at a hearing on the project or in written correspondence 
delivered to the Board of Supervisors or other City board, commission or 
department at, or prior to, such hearing, or as part of the appeal hearing
process on the CEQA decision.

Whether the City Traffic Engineer’s decision is considered a Final
SFMTA Decision is determined by Division II, Section 203 of the
Transportation Code. If the City Traffic Engineer approves a parking or 
traffic modification, this decision is considered a Final SFMTA Decision. If a 
City Traffic Engineer disapproves a parking or traffic modification and a member 
of the public requests SFMTA review of that decision, the additional review 
shall be conducted pursuant to Division II, Section 203 of the Transportation 
Code. City Traffic Engineer decisions will be posted on 
https://www.sfmta.com/committees/engineering-public-hearings by 5 p.m. on the 
Friday following the public hearing. Final SFMTA Decisions involving certain 
parking or traffic modifications, whether made by the City Traffic Engineer or 
the SFMTA Board, can be reviewed by the Board of Supervisors pursuant to 
Ordinance 127-18. Information about the review process can be found at: 
https://sfbos.org/sites/default/files/SFMTA_Action_Review_Info_Sheet.pdf.

Approved for Public Hearing by:

 

____________________________
Ricardo Olea
City Traffic Engineer
Sustainable Streets Division
cc:  Debbie Borthne, SFMTA Parking and Enforcement
      James Lee, SFMTA Parking and Enforcement
      Matt Lee, SFMTA Service Planning

RO:TF:ND
ISSUE DATE: 2/1/19