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Engineering Public Hearing Meeting, November 15, 2019

Effective Date
Friday, November 15, 2019 - 10:00am
News categories
Traffic
SFMTA
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
Order #6181
For Public Hearing
 
The Sustainable Streets Division of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will
hold a public hearing on Friday, November 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:
 
Geneva Avenue at Ocean Avenue – No Parking Anytime
1. ESTABLISH – NO PARKING ANYTIME
Geneva Avenue, south side, from 33 feet to 60 feet east of Ocean Avenue
(Supervisor District 11) Tony Henderson, tony.henderson@sfmta.com
 
The proposed no parking zone would provide maneuvering clearance for eastbound traveling Muni buses.
 
San Carlos Street, between 19th Street and 20th Street – Speed Humps
2. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
San Carlos Street, between 19th Street and 20th Street (2 speed humps)
(Supervisor District 9) ♦ Winnie Lee, winnie.lee@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices on the block at the request of block residents. The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined the block met our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
21st Street, between Castro Street and Noe Street – Speed Humps
3. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
21st Street, between Castro Street and Noe Street (2 speed humps)
(Supervisor District 8) ♦ Winnie Lee, winnie.lee@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices on the block at the request of block residents. The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined the block met our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
Post Street at Laguna Street – Red Zone
4. ESTABLISH – RED ZONE
Post Street, south side, from 6 feet to 29 feet west of Laguna Street
(23-foot zone, removes 1 general metered parking space 614-1601)
(Supervisor District 5) Winnie Lee, winnie.lee@sfmta.com
 
SFMTA recommends daylighting at intersections within the high-injury network to improve pedestrian visibility.
 
2903 Mission Street – Residential Permit Parking Extension Area I
5. ESTABLISH – RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PARKING AREA I ELIGIBILITY
2903 Mission Street (Supervisor District 9) Gerry Porras, gerry.porras@sfmta.com
 
Eligibility will allow the residents of 2903 Mission Street with permits to park within the RPP Area I.
Bush Street, between Presidio Avenue and Battery Street – Speed Limit
6. RESCIND – 30 MPH SPEED LIMIT
ESTABLISH – 25 MPH SPEED LIMIT
Bush Street, between Presidio Avenue and Battery Street
(Supervisor Districts 2, 3, and 6) Tom Folks, tom.folks@sfmta.com
 
Latest speed survey justifies a 25 MPH speed limit.
 
Pine Street, between Market Street and Presidio Avenue – Speed Limit
7. RESCIND – 30 MPH SPEED LIMIT
ESTABLISH – 25 MPH SPEED LIMIT
Pine Street, between Market Street and Presidio Avenue
(Supervisor Districts 2 and 3) Tom Folks, tom.folks@sfmta.com
 
Latest speed survey justifies a 25 MPH speed limit.
 
6th Avenue, between California Street and Lake Street – Speed Humps
8. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
6th Avenue, between California Street and Lake Street (2 speed humps)
(Supervisor Districts 1 & 2) ♦ Winnie Lee, winnie.lee@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices on the block at the request of block residents. The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined the block met our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
Beach Street, between Divisadero Street and Scott Street – Speed Cushions
9. ESTABLISH – SPEED CUSHION
Beach Street, between Divisadero Street and Scott Street (1 3-lump cushion)
(Supervisor District 2) ♦ Winnie Lee, winnie.lee@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices on the block at the request of block residents. The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined the block met our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
Paul Avenue, between 3rd Street and Bayshore Boulevard – Speed Cushions
10. ESTABLISH – SPEED CUSHIONS
Paul Avenue, between 3rd Street and Bayshore Boulevard (4 speed cushions)
(Supervisor District 10) ♦ Daniel Carr, daniel.carr@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices on the block at the request of block residents. The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined the block met our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
12th Avenue, between Funston Avenue and Pacheco Street – Speed Humps
11. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
12th Avenue, between Funston Avenue and Pacheco Street (2 speed humps)
(Supervisor District 7) ♦ Ashely Kim, ashley.kim@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices on the block at the request of block residents. The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined the block met our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
Eddy Street, between Broderick Street and Divisadero Street – Speed Humps
12. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
Eddy Street, between Broderick Street and Divisadero Street (2 speed humps)
(Supervisor District 5) ♦ Ashley Kim, ashley.kim@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices on the block at the request of block residents. The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined the block met our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
Hazelwood Avenue, between Yerba Buena Avenue and Brentwood Avenue – Speed Humps
13. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS
Hazelwood Avenue, between Yerba Buena Avenue and Los Palmos Drive (1 speed hump)
Hazelwood Avenue, between Los Palmos Drive and Brentwood Avenue (1 speed hump) (Supervisor District 7) ♦ Daniel Carr, daniel.carr@sfmta.com
 
This proposal installs traffic calming devices on the block at the request of block residents. The SFMTA collected traffic data and determined the block met our criteria to install traffic calming.
 
 
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.
 
 
 
 
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Andrea Contreras, SFMTA Date
 
 
 
The following items have been environmentally cleared by the Planning Department on October 19, 2015, Case 2015-005492ENV:
Webster Street at Clay Street – Bike Share Station
14. ESTABLISH – NO STOPPING EXCEPT BICYCLES
ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION
Webster Street, west side, from 66 feet to 130 feet south of Clay Street
(53-foot bike share station in the parking lane)
(Supervisor District 2) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Bay Wheels bike share station in the parking lane on the west side of Webster Street, adjacent to CMPC's parking structure.
 
Folsom Street at 5th Street – Bike Share Station
15. ESTABLISH – NO STOPPING EXCEPT BICYCLES
ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION
Folsom Street, south side, from 235 feet to 340 feet east of 5th Street
(105-foot bike share station in the parking lane)
(Supervisor District 6) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a temporary Bay Wheels bike share station on the south side of Folsom Street in the parking lane adjacent to 855 Folsom Street while the 5th Street Improvement Project is under construction, expected through March 2020.
 
Haight Street at Lyon Street – Bike Share Station
16. ESTABLISH – SIDEWALK BIKE SHARE STATION
Haight Street, south side, from 48 feet to 145 feet west of Lyon Street
(97-foot bike share station with angled docks)
(Supervisor District 5) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Bay Wheels bike share station on the sidewalk on the south side of Haight Street, adjacent to Buena Vista Park
 
Folsom Street at 7th Street – Bike Share Station
17. ESTABLISH – NO STOPPING EXCEPT BICYCLES
ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION
Folsom Street, south side, from 41 feet to 92 feet west of 7th Street
(51-foot bike share station in the floating parking lane)
(Supervisor District 6) ♦ Laura Stonehill, laura.stonehill@sfmta.com
 
Proposing a Bay Wheels bike share station on the south side of Folsom Street in the floating parking lane adjacent to Valvoline Oil Change.
 
 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
 
RO:TF:ND
ISSUE DATE: 11/1/19