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Sunset Neighborways - Project Update - September 2022

Between December 2021 through March 2022, the SFMTA was engaged in an extensive outreach process to inform and gather feedback on the proposed Sunset Neighborways network. Over the course of the outreach process, the SFMTA heard from most people that the existing temporary Slow Streets were not working well for the community, and that alternative design approaches or some level of traffic safety improvements, such as those brought by Neighborways, are preferred. 

To respond to community feedback, the SFMTA will remove District 4 Slow Streets (Kirkham Street, Ortega Street, 20th Avenue, and 41st Avenue) and associated barricades in mid-September. 

The Sunset Neighborways project will continue planning and design work. Currently, the project is still moving through the design phase. 

Design outreach, the second phase of outreach for the project, was planned for late summer 2022. However, due to a longer than anticipated design phase, the second round of outreach is not expected to start until late fall 2022. During the second round of outreach, designs for the eight proposed Neighborways (28th Avenue, 34th Avenue, 41st Avenue, 47th Avenue, Kirkham Street, Ortega Street, Rivera Street, and Vicente Street) will be shared with the public.

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Recent project materials and communications:

Neighborways versus Slow Streets fact sheet

April 2022 project update

Initial outreach presentation