Kearny Corridor Multimodal Improvement Project

Project Overview

The Kearny Corridor Multimodal Improvement Project will evaluate and design a suite of multimodal improvements on Kearny, Montgomery, Washington and Clay streets aimed at creating a safer experience for people walking and biking, and improving the reliability of Muni.

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Project Details

The Kearny Corridor Multimodal Improvement Project will incorporate several ongoing strategic planning initiatives including Muni Forward, safety projects informed by the WalkFirst planning process, and bike infrastructure improvements identified in the SFMTA Bicycle Strategy.

Project goals:

Enhance safety for people walking along Kearny Street, in support of Vision Zero

  • Through the WalkFirst planning effort, Kearny Street has been identified as part of the city's High Injury Network, indicating a high number of severe injuries or fatalities to people using the street. 

Improve relialbity for the 8/8AX/8BX Bayshore, 30 Stockton and 45 Union on Kearny Street

  • As part of Muni Forward, several treatments will be explored to improve transit relialbity, including optimizing bus stop locations along the street.  

Develop north and south-bound bicycle facilities along Kearny and/or Montgomery streets

  • The SFMTA Bicycle Strategy has identified the Kearny/Montgomery corridor as a strong candidate for upgraded bicycle infrastructure. This effort could result in new northbound and southbound bicycle facilities along this corridor.

Improve Washington and Clay streets

  • This effort will explore pedestrian, traffic, and transit improvements along these two streets, including potential sidewalk widening.

Project area:

Project area

The project area includes:

  • Kearny and Montgomery streets between Broadway and Market
  • Washington and Clay streets between Montgomery and Stockton


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