Contract 66 New Traffic Signals

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Project Introduction

The Contract 66 New Traffic Signals project will construct new traffic signals at ten locations and a pedestrian activated flashing beacon at one location, as well as related bicycle and pedestrian improvements. All new traffic signals constructed by this project will include pedestrian countdown signals (PCS), accessible pedestrian signals (APS), traffic signal controllers, conduits, wiring, and poles. New handicap accessible curb ramps will be constructed at certain locations where they are missing.

Eight of the eleven project locations are on the Vision Zero High Injury Network. The planned improvements are intended to reduce injuries for pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists in addition to clarifying the right-of-way for all users.

The project is funded by SFCTA Proposition K and other local funds. Select locations are funded in whole or in part by contributions from developers.

Project Locations

  • 4th Avenue and Fulton Street, new traffic signals
  • 4th Street and Long Bridge Street, new traffic signals, developer funded
  • 4th Street and Mission Rock Street, new pedestrian activated flashing beacons, developer funded
  • 10th Avenue and Lincoln Way, new traffic signals
  • 28th Street and Guerrero Street, new traffic signals
  • 39th Avenue and Fulton Street, new traffic signals
  • 41st Avenue, Chain of Lakes Drive, and Lincoln Way, new traffic signals
  • Alemany Boulevard and Cotter Street, new traffic signals
  • Castro Street, Divisadero Street, and Waller Street, new traffic signals
  • Cesar Chavez Street and Florida Street, new traffic signals
  • Mary Street, Mint Street, and Mission Street, new traffic signals, developer funded

Public Hearing

New traffic signals, pedestrian activated flashing beacons, and other traffic changes proposed as part of the Contract 66 New Traffic Signals project were presented at an engineering public hearing held on October 21, 2022. Changes requiring the approval of the SFMTA Board of Directors were considered at their December 6, 2022 meeting.  

Project Timeline
Fall 2022 - Spring 2025
Spring 2025 - Fall 2025
Solicit Bids from Contractors
Fall 2025 - Fall 2026
Project Status
  1. Detailed Design
  2. Legislated
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Contact Information
Jarrett Hornbostel, Project Engineer