Clayton Area Traffic Calming Project

Project Overview

This Traffic Calming Project was initiated by area residents. This program seeks to reduce negative impacts of motor vehicle traffic while improving safety and access for pedestrians and bicyclists. In the individual neighborhoods, the Program develops traffic calming projects for local streets from resident and stakeholder input and traffic surveys.

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Project Details

Project Overview

This Traffic Calming Project was initiated by area residents. This program seeks to reduce negative impacts of motor vehicle traffic while improving safety and access for pedestrians and bicyclists. In the individual neighborhoods, the Program develops traffic calming projects for local streets from resident and stakeholder input and traffic surveys.

The SFMTA maintains an archive of all written complaints and observations received from the neighborhood. The most frequently expressed issues in the area are:

  • Speeding
  • Visibility problems
  • Crosswalk issues

Project Area

The Traffic Calming Project is a local streets project and will not address some arterial streets in the area. For example, Haight Street and 17th Street are not part of this project. The project will study and plan for Clayton, Downey, and Ashbury Streets between 17th Street and Waller Street, as well as Frederick Street and Waller Street from Clayton Street to Ashbury Street.

 

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