Lyon Slow Street

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Project Introduction

Lyon Street from Turk Street to Haight Street in the North of the Panhandle and Haight-Ashbury neighborhoods was approved as a Slow Street by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board on December 6, 2022. This corridor had initially been implemented as a COVID-19 Response Slow Street . Following the SFMTA Board’s approval of Lyon Street, the SFMTA Project team is conducting updated data collection and analysis to assess how the street is performing against the Slow Streets Program criteria: 

  • Vehicle speeds at or below 15 mph 
  • Vehicle volumes less than 1,000 per day 

The Program team looks forward to sharing the results of this data collection soon, along with next steps for working with the community on a design concept for the corridor. 

Learn more about the Slow Streets Program  

To receive updates, please sign up via the link on the righthand side of this page.  

Questions? Please reach out to the project team at SlowStreets@SFMTA.com and include "Lyon Street" in the subject line.

Project Timeline 
December 2022
Project approval
Completed
Winter 2023
Data collection + evaluation
Pending
Spring 2023
Design outreach
Pending
Summer 2023
Implementation
Pending
Project Status
Planning

Lyon Slow Street Evaluation 

In Progress. To receive Project updates, please sign up via the link on the righthand side of this page. 

Lyon Slow Street Design 

In Progress. To receive Project updates, please sign up via the link on the righthand side of this page. 

Street Events and Activation 

The SFMTA is developing complementary programs for communities to more easily activate, beautify, and host events on their Slow Streets! We will be sharing more on these opportunities in the near future. To receive updates on this, please sign up for Slow Streets Program updates at SFMTA.com/SlowStreets.

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