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Engineering Public Hearing Agenda, October 18, 2019

Effective Date
Friday, October 18, 2019 - 10:00am
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SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY
ORDER #6165
FOR PUBLIC HEARING
 
The Sustainable Streets Division of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will
hold a public hearing on Friday, October 18, 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:
 
42nd Avenue, between Judah Street and Kirkham Street – Speed Humps
1. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
42nd Avenue, between Judah Street and Kirkham Street (2 speed humps)
(Supervisor District 4) ♦ Winnie Lee, winnie.lee@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices at the subject location in direct response to a request from residents of the affected block(s). The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined this location meets our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
Juanita Way, between Del Sur Avenue and Rex Avenue – Speed Humps
2. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
Juanita Way, between Del Sur Avenue and Rex Avenue (3 speed humps)
(Supervisor District 7) ♦ Winnie Lee, winnie.lee@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices at the subject location in direct response to a request from residents of the affected block(s). The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined this location meets our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
42nd Avenue, between Santiago Street and Taraval Street – Speed Humps
3. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
42nd Avenue, between Santiago Street and Taraval Street (2 speed humps)
(Supervisor District 4) ♦ Winnie Lee, winnie.lee@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices at the subject location in direct response to a request from residents of the affected block(s). The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined this location meets our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
18th Street, between Arkansas Street and Carolina Street – Speed Humps
4. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
18th Street, between Arkansas Street and Carolina Street (2 speed humps)
(Supervisor District 10) ♦ Jenn Chan, jennifer.chan@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices at the subject location in direct response to a request from residents of the affected block(s). The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined this location meets our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
Cecilia Avenue, between Rivera Street and Santiago Street – Speed Humps
5. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
Cecilia Avenue, between Rivera Street and Santiago Street (2 speed humps)
(Supervisor District 7) ♦ Daniel Carr, daniel.carr@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices at the subject location in direct response to a request from residents of the affected block(s). The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined this location meets our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
7th Avenue, North of Lake Street – Speed Humps
6. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMP
7th Avenue, North of Lake Street (1 speed hump)
(Supervisor District 2) ♦ Daniel Carr, daniel.carr@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices at the subject location in direct response to a request from residents of the affected block(s). The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined this location meets our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
Grove Street, between Fillmore Street and Webster Street – Speed Humps
7. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
Grove Street, between Fillmore Street and Webster Street (2 speed humps)
(Supervisor District 5) ♦ John Garzee, john.garzee@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices at the subject location in direct response to a request from residents of the affected block(s). The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined this location meets our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
San Anselmo Avenue, between San Benito Way and Santa Ana Avenue – Speed Humps
8. San Anselmo Avenue, between San Benito Way and Santa Ana Avenue (1 speed hump) (Supervisor District 7) ♦ John Garzee, john.garzee@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices at the subject location in direct response to a request from residents of the affected block(s). The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined this location meets our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
18th Street, between Arkansas Street and Carolina Street – Residential Permit Parking Extension
9. ESTABLISH – RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PARKING AREA X
1601-1695 18th Street (odd-numbered) (eligibility only, no signs)
(Supervisor District 10) Andy Thornley, andy.thornley@sfmta.com
 
Follow-on to North Potrero parking management proposals, eligibility will allow the residents of 1601-1695 18th Street (odd-numbered) with permits to park within the adjacent RPP Area X.
 
Masonic Avenue at Geary Boulevard – Tow-Away, No Stopping Anytime
10. ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING ANYTIME
Masonic Avenue, west side, from Geary Boulevard to 155 feet northerly
(Supervisor District 2) Hester Yu, hester.yu@sfmta.com
 
Proposal to convert the part-time right turn lane to a full-time right turn lane. This applies only to the first 155 feet, from Geary Blvd to the Trader Joe's parking lot driveway.
 
Lomita Avenue, between Lawton Street and 16th Avenue – Speed Humps
11(a). ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
Lomita Avenue, between Lawton Street and Aloha Avenue (2 speed humps) ♦
 
11(b). ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
Lomita Avenue, between Aloha Avenue and 16th Avenue (1 speed hump)
(Supervisor District 7) ♦ John Garzee, john.garzee@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices at the subject location in direct response to a request from residents of the affected block(s). The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined this location meets our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
2nd Avenue, between Geary Boulevard and Cabrillo Street – Speed Humps
12. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
2nd Avenue, between Anza Street and Geary Boulevard (2 speed humps)
2nd Avenue, between Balboa Street and Cabrillo Street (2 speed humps)
(Supervisor District 1) ♦ Daniel Carr, daniel.carr@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices at the subject location in direct response to a request from residents of the affected block(s). The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined this location meets our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
10th Avenue, between Judah Street and Moraga Street – Speed Humps
13. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
10th Avenue, between Judah Street and Kirkham Street (2 speed humps)
10th Avenue, between Lawton Street and Moraga Street (2 speed humps)
(Supervisor District 7) ♦ Ashley Kim, ashley.kim@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices at the subject location in direct response to a request from residents of the affected block(s). The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined this location meets our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
27th Avenue, between Geary Boulevard and Balboa Street – Speed Cushions
14. ESTABLISH – SPEED CUSHIONS
27th Avenue, between Anza Street and Balboa Street (2 speed cushions)
27th Avenue, between Anza Street and Geary Boulevard (2 speed cushions)
(Supervisor District 1) ♦ Jenn Chan, jennifer.chan@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.
 
Darien Way, between San Fernando Avenue and Aptos Avenue – Speed Humps
15. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
A. Darien Way, between San Fernando Way and San Leandro Way (1 speed hump)
B. Darien Way, between San Leandro Way and Santa Ana Avenue (1 speed hump)
C. Darien Way, between Santa Ana Avenue to San Benito Way (1 speed hump)
D. Darien Way, between San Benito Way to Aptos Avenue (1 speed hump)
(Supervisor District 7) ♦ Ashley Kim, ashley.kim@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices at the subject location in direct response to a request from residents of the affected block(s). The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined this location meets our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
Alleys along Folsom Street – STOP Signs
16. ESTABLISH – STOP SIGNS
A. Falmouth Street, northbound, at Folsom Street
B. Hallman Street, northbound, at Folsom Street
C. Rodgers Street, northbound, at Folsom Street
D. Dore Street, northbound, at Folsom Street
E. Juniper Street, northbound, at Folsom Street
F. Norfolk Street, northbound, at Folsom Street
(Supervisor District 6) ♦ Daniel Carr, daniel.carr@sfmta.com
 
This proposal stops the "Stems of the T" intersections on alleys that end in the Folsom Street parking-protected bike lane.
 
17th Street, between Market Street and Diamond Street – Speed Humps, New crosswalk, Protected Bikeway
17(a). ESTABLISH – SPEED TABLES
17th Street, between Market Street and Diamond Street (2 speed tables)
 
17(b). ESTABLISH – CROSSWALK
17th Street, midblock between Diamond Street and Castro Street
 
17(c). ESTABLISH – CLASS IV BIKEWAY
17th Street, westbound, from Castro Street to 200 feet westerly
(Supervisor District 8) Gabriel Ho, gabriel.ho@sfmta.com
This proposal improves pedestrian access and bicycle safety by establishing a new crosswalk and protected bikeway. The proposal also includes traffic calming devices requested by local residents. SFMTA collected data and confirmed that typical motorist speeds are above the legal speed limit of 25 MPH.
 
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 have been environmentally cleared by the Planning Department on June 23, 2017, Case 2017-005615ENV:
 
Citywide – On-Street Car Share Parking
18. ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING EXCEPT PERMITTED CAR SHARE VEHICLES
Golden Gate Ave, north side, from 40 to 80 feet west of Polk Street
(Supervisor Districts 6)
Brighton Avenue, west side, from 20 feet to 40 feet south of Ocean Avenue
(Supervisor Districts 7) Tracy Minicucci, tracy.minicucci@sfmta.com
 
Staff are proposing on-street car share spaces citywide to increase the availability of car sharing in San Francisco. The locations proposed are based on demand.
 
The following items have been environmentally cleared by the Planning Department on
October 19, 2015, Case 2015-005492ENV:
 
Laguna Street at Washington Street – Sidewalk Bike Share Station
19. ESTABLISH – SIDEWALK BIKE SHARE STATION
Laguna Street, east side, from 45 feet to 116.5 feet south of Washington Street
(70-foot, 1-inch bike share station including delineators)
(Supervisor District 2) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.Stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Bay Wheels bike share station on the sidewalk on the east side of Laguna Street, adjacent to Lafayette Park.
 
Divisadero Street at Clay Street – Bike Share Station
20. ESTABLISH – NO PARKING EXCEPT BICYCLES
ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION
Divisadero Street, east side, from 20.5 feet to 76.5 feet south of Clay Street (52’-8” bike share station with a 3’ red zone south of the station)
(Supervisor District 2) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.Stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Bay Wheels bike share station in the parking lane on the east side of Division Street, adjacent to Iglesia Ni Christo.
 
Green Street at Gough Street – Bike Share Station
21. ESTABLISH – SIDEWALK BIKE SHARE STATION
Green Street, north side, from 64.5 feet to 116 feet west of Gough Street (50’-5” bike share station) (Supervisor District 2) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.Stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Bay wheels bike share station on the sidewalk on the north side of Green Street, adjacent to Allyne Park.
 
O'Farrell Street at Masonic Avenue – Bike Share Station
22. ESTABLISH – NO STOPPING EXCEPT BICYCLES
ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION
O’Farrell Street, north side, from Masonic Avenue to 86 feet easterly (72-foot bike share station with red zones at either end)
(Supervisor District 2) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Ford GoBike bike share station in the parking lane on the north side of O'Farrell Street, adjacent to the City Center Mall.
 
Steiner Street at California Street – Bike Share Station
23. ESTABLISH – SIDEWALK BIKE SHARE STATION
Steiner Street, east side, from 20 feet to 72 feet south of California Street (51-foot station) (Supervisor District 2) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Bay Wheels bike share station on the sidewalk on the east side of Steiner Street, adjacent to the Mollie Stone's parking lot.
 
Greenwich Street at Franklin Street – Bike Share Station
24. ESTABLISH – NO STOPPING EXCEPT BICYCLES
ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION
Greenwich Street, north side, from Franklin Street to 90 feet easterly (72-foot bike share station with red zones on either side)
(Supervisor District 2) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Bay Wheels bike share station in the parking lane on the north side of Greenwich Street, adjacent to 1570 Greenwich.
 
Washington Street at Van Ness Avenue – Bike Share Station
25. ESTABLISH – NO STOPPING EXCEPT BICYCLES
ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION
Washington Street, south side, from 62 feet to 145 feet west of Van Ness Avenue (72-foot bike share station with red zones on either side)
(Supervisor District 2) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Bay wheels bike share station in the parking lane on the south side of Washington Street, adjacent to an Academy of Arts building.
 
17th Avenue at Geary Boulevard – Bike Share Station
26. ESTABLISH – SIDEWALK BIKE SHARE STATION
17th Avenue, east side, from 20 feet to 81 feet north of Geary Boulevard (60-foot bike share station) (Supervisor District 1) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Bay Wheels bike share station on the sidewalk adjacent to Walgreens (5280 Geary Boulevard).
 
Brannan Street at 7th Street – Bike Share Station
27. ESTABLISH – NO STOPPING EXCEPT BICYCLES
ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION
Brannan Street, south side, from 89 feet to 155 feet west of 7th Street
(62-foot bike share station with red zones on either side)
(Supervisor District 6) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Bay Wheels bike share station in the parking lane on the south side of Brannan Street, adjacent to 808 Brannan St.
 
7th Street at King Street – Bike Share Station
28. ESTABLISH – NO STOPPING EXCEPT BICYCLES
ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION
7th Street, east side, from 17 to 106 feet north of King Street (70-foot bike share station in hatched area) (Supervisor District 6) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Bay Wheels bike share station in the hatched area between the curbside bike lane and vehicle lane, adjacent to the Caltrain rail yard.
 
The following items have been environmentally cleared by the Planning Department on
April 23, 2015, Case 2013.0312E:
 
Tennessee Street and 19th Street – Tow-Away, No Stopping Anytime and Passenger Loading Zone
29(a). ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING ANYTIME
ESTABLISH – SIDEWALK EXTENSION
Tennessee Street, east side, from 19th Street to 128 feet northerly (6 feet)
 
29(b). ESTABLISH – PASSENGER LOADING ZONE, AT ALL TIMES
Tennessee Street, east side, from 128 to 150 feet north of 19th Street
 
29(c). ESTABLISH – RED ZONE
ESTABLISH – SIDEWALK EXTENSION (6 FEET)
19th Street, north side, from Tennessee Street to 23 feet easterly
(Supervisor District 10) Norman Wong, norman.wong@sfmta.com
 
Removal of parking due to sidewalk widening for 777 Tennessee Street. Tennessee Street sidewalk widened from 15 to 21 feet. 19th Street bulb (at 18 feet) is proposed.
 
 Items denoted with an asterisk ( ) 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
 
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ISSUE DATE: 10/4/19