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Vote on Trees, Art and Designs!

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - 3:25pm
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Rendering of potential future boarding island design

Online Survey Available

After years of community engagement during the planning process for important safety and infrastructure upgrades along the L Taraval, we are seeking feedback on some of the visual design elements. Specifically, we want your input on trees, murals, custom crosswalks, wayfinding ideas and landscaping that are proposed to be a part of the larger L Taraval Improvement Project.

If you missed the Open House last week, now is your chance to vote on the same elements with our online survey. Web surveys will be collected until October 31st.

Take the Survey

Thanks for Attending the Open House!

There was a great turnout for our Open House on October 10th and we want to thank everyone that attended. Staff were on hand to discuss the project and share a survey about trees, murals, custom crosswalks, wayfinding ideas and landscaping. As noted above, the survey is now available online for those who unable to make it in person. 

You can also see all the informational boards from the meeting on our website.

Open House Images:

Open house

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Open house

Project Background:

The goal of the L Taraval Improvement Project is to enhance safety and improve transit along the entire Taraval corridor. Once completed, Taraval will boast new transit priority traffic signals, bulbouts to make pedestrian crossing safer, new trees and landscaping, enhanced crosswalks, safety boarding islands, increased accessibility, new Muni rails, public art, and much-needed upgrades to water and sewer lines.

More information: SFMTA.com/LRapid

Safer L Taraval Graphic