Inner Sunset Curb Management Project
Notice: The Inner Sunset Curb Management Project will be going to Engineering Public Hearing on December 6, 2019, at 10am in City Hall Room 416. For detailed legislation, click the hearing in the right column on this page, and go to the agenda, where the legislation for this project is on pages 5-8. Under related documents on the right column on this page, you will find the detailed drawings of the proposed condition on each block as well as the overall current and proposed maps of the area and materials from the open houses. If you would like to comment but can't make the hearing, please email your comment to Alexander.Jonlin@SFMTA.com.
The Inner Sunset has a vibrant commercial core with a diverse set of restaurants, shops, bars and services. The Inner Sunset is also a transit hub, with the N-Judah and seven bus routes passing through the area. A major streetscape improvement project that has been under construction for several years is wrapping up in Fall 2019, and as it draws to a close, the SFMTA is seeking input on how to allocate curb space to different uses. These include loading zones, general metered parking, short-term parking and more.
The project is intended to improve safety and transit reliability while reducing congestion by reducing double-parking and other illegal parking and loading behavior. It will also support economic vitality by ensuring businesses have the space they need for their customers and goods to get to the neighborhood.
Over the course of the summer and fall of 2019, the SFMTA is discussing needs with community organizations, conducting merchant, resident, and pedestrian intercept surveys, and collecting data to inform potential changes to parking and loading in the area. At a community meeting on November 20th, the SFMTA will present options to the community and, after gathering feedback, will bring a proposal through the formal legislation process before implementation.