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In 2016, the U.S. Department of Transportation challenged mid-population cities to come up with the most effective and equitable way to further the adoption of shared, connected, autonomous vehicles...
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The SFMTA will be implementing bike lanes and continental crosswalks on Paul Avenue between San Bruno Avenue and Third Street in winter 2016-2017. The bike lanes will upgrade the existing shared...
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The goal of the 8th Avenue Neighborway project is to create a safe and pleasant north-south route for people walking and biking in the Inner Richmond. This project is proposing speed humps, painted...
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The SFMTA is studying the area around the Geneva Avenue/San Jose Avenue intersection with the goal of developing short, medium and long-term improvements to transit access and safety for all users...
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Construction is complete! Townsend Street has one of the richest mixes of travel modes of any street in San Francisco. 4th and Townsend, along with the regional Caltrain Station and the soon-to-be-...
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Planner in the Complete Streets group of the Sustainable Streets Division, focused on Multimodal Planning and Analysis.
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In partnership with San Francisco Beautiful and The Poetry Society of America, we're supporting local artists and enhancing the transit experience for San Francisco's 700,000 daily riders through our...
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In 2014, new private transit vehicle (PTV) services, similar to the jitneys that previously operated in San Francisco, launched. As these PTVs started operating, the city’s lack of regulations has...
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The SFMTA has developed a proposal to increase bicycle and pedestrian safety on Vicente Street from 17th Ave to Lower Great Highway. Bike lanes would be added to the existing wide travel lanes to...
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Play Streets temporarily closes city streets to provide a safe place for children, their families and neighbors to come together, play, and get active.
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The Potrero Avenue Streetscape Improvement project was approved by the SFMTA Board in 2014 after an extensive community process in 2013. Construction for the project began in 2015 and is anticipated...