A green space used by 13 million people each year, Golden Gate Park is both a place of recreation and travel. In support of Mayor Ed Lee’s Vision Zero Executive Directive, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department (SFRPD) are partnering on the Golden Gate Park Traffic Safety Project, which aims to reduce unsafe vehicle speeds and better manage through traffic in the park.
In November 2016, the SFMTA in partnership with SFRPD installed 10 speed humps on John F. Kennedy Drive (west of Transverse Drive) to address speeding in the near-term. Based on the feedback heard at a subsequent public open house in December, our two agencies have developed another set of safety improvements projects for the entire park that can be constructed in late 2017 and early 2018. These projects were presented at Sunday Streets in Golden Gate Park on June 11th, where feedback from the public was collected; in addition, we continue to solicit feedback on larger circulation changes.
If you didn't have the chance to attend Sunday Streets and fill out a survey, you can provide us your feedback on our online survey. Before taking the survey, please review the June 2017 Project Information Boards available on the 'Documents and Reports' tab above.
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