ATTN: IB 29 blocked on Gilman btwn Hawes and Bill Walsh Way due to heavy vehicle traffic. Expect 29 to reroute via Hawes to Gilman. No 29 svc btwn Hawes and Bill Walsh Way. (More: 9 in last 48 hours)

Terry Francois Boulevard Quick-Build
Project Introduction

Terry Francois Boulevard was identified as a strong candidate for bicycle lanes in the 2009 San Francisco Bicycle Plan and is a key piece of the city’s bicycle network. In summer 2019, the corridor benefited from a quick-build effort to expand the network of safe and comfortable bikeways. Open in time to serve the new Chase Center, this protected two-way bikeway encourages sustainable transportation to games and events, as well as providing people on bicycles and pedestrians an attractive alternative to the busy Third Street corridor. Eventually this quick-build enhancement will form part of the larger San Francisco Bay Trail -- a high quality bicycle and pedestrian route along the entire bay front.

As one of the newest and fastest-growing neighborhoods in San Francisco, with businesses, residences, entertainment venues, and parks, Mission Bay is a proving ground for demonstrating how two-wheeled access can reduce vehicular traffic in vibrant urban spaces. By completing the Terry A. Francois Boulevard protected bikeway as a quick-build project, SFMTA is committed to making this vision a reality.

Project Status
Terry Francois Boulevard
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