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Battery/Sansome Quick-Build Project

Project Introduction
The Battery/Sansome Quick-Build Project virtual open house is now closed, but can still be viewed via the "Past Meeting and Events" link. To view the survey responses and project FAQ, please follow this link for the documents. Thank you! 

As part of the Vision Zero Quick-Build Program, the Battery/Sansome Quick-Build Project will assess the feasibility of protected bikeways on one or both corridors and implement the improvements on Battery Street between Market and Vallejo streets and Sansome Street between Market and Broadway streets. In addition, the project will evaluate potential pedestrian safety improvements given the high volume of pedestrian activity, particularly at intersections. This project will build off the prior safety improvements made on the northern sections of the corridors through the Sansome Battery Connections Project to provide an improved bike connection to and from the Financial District and Barbary Coast Neighborhood.

Project Timeline 
Outreach + Design
Summer 2021 to Spring 2022
Summer 2022
Project Status
Preliminary Engineering

Both corridors are currently bike routes, but can be challenging to navigate when biking and competing with vehicular traffic. This project seeks to improve the north-south bike connection to and from the Financial District and improve safety and predictability for all traveling on the corridors. Although Battery and Sansome streets are not on the City's High-Injury Network (HIN), both corridors intersect a number of streets on the HIN and offer the opportunity to improve safety and connectivity for those biking and walking on the corridors.

The project goals include: 

  • Providing an improved and protected north-south bicycle connection
  • Improving safety for all who travel on Sansome and Battery streets
  • Minimizing delay to transit
  • Balancing and improving overall curb management 

Quick-build projects are intended to include low-cost materials, such as paint and posts to make impactful safety improvements that can be installed by city crews at a much faster rate. All quick-build projects will undergo a thorough evaluation through our Safe Streets Evaluation Program within the initial 24 months of construction. The Safe Streets Evaluation Program will analyze the project before and after implementation to review outcomes and determine design effectiveness. Evaluations will inform near-term modifications and a long-term design for this street.  This also serves an opportunity to make iterative tweaks to project design to ensure that the safety improvements work better for all who travel on the corridor

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