2015/2016 Bicycle Safety Projects

Project Overview

Cesar Chavez bike lane

The SFMTA implements bicycle safety improvements across San Francisco, helping growing numbers of people to bike safely and comfortably across the city. In 2014, the SFMTA implemented 10 miles of new and upgraded bikeways in the City, including a "contraflow" bike lane on lower Polk Street near City Hall, a new bike lane in the Sunset District near AP Giannini Middle and Sunset Elementary Schools and a speed reduction pilot on San Jose Avenue.

The SFMTA is hard at work analyzing additional corridors and are excited to share the draft list of corridors where the SFMTA is analyzing bikeway improvements for 2015 and beyond.

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Project Details

The below map includes a variety of bikeway improvements that were developed with community input.  See below for some highlights and click through for more information about each of the projects.

  • 2nd Street – potential early-implementation bikeway improvements from Market Street to King Street.
  • Fell and Oak Street Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Project – completion of sidewalk bulbs and addition of bikeway barriers.
  • Judah Street – Bike lane between 5th Avenue and 7th Avenue.
  • Market Street – potential bikeway safety upgrade from Castro Street to Octavia Boulevard.
  • Webster Street –bikeway safety upgrade between Grove Street to Bush Street.
  • Division Street – spot improvements at various locations and bikeway safety upgrades.
  • Euclid Avenue – bike lane between Arguello Boulevard and Presidio Avenue.
  • Valencia Street – bikeway upgrade between Cesar Chavez Street and Duncan Street
  • Howard Street – bikeway upgrade between 6th Street and 11th Street.
  • Polk Street – new bike lanes (pending legislation)
  • Bay Street – bikeway upgrades between Fillmore and Laguna