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The Octavia Boulevard Enhancement Program is a series of capital projects, guided by the Market-Octavia Area Plan, to make the boulevard and surrounding streets safer, more pedestrian-friendly, and...
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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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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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Valencia Street is a vibrant commercial corridor with a diverse set of restaurants, shops, bars and services. Valencia also serves as a major north-south bike route for those who live, work, visit...
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Background Hayes Valley has transformed into a dynamic, bustling neighborhood situated close to the City’s arts and civic districts. Once-empty lots are now attractive new housing and local...
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Muni Forward aims to make getting around San Francisco more reliable and safer. Through improvements to Muni service and transit projects, Muni Forward makes upgrades where they are needed most to...
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The SFMTA’s Commuter Shuttle Program provides permits to eligible commuter shuttle operators to use a network of designated stops in San Francisco. Program participants are required to pay a fee and...
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The Sloat Skyline Intersection Analysis will look at how to improve overall safety and usability for people walking, biking, riding transit and driving through the intersection by: • Assessing...
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The goal of the 20th Avenue Neighborway Project is to make 20th Avenue a safer and more pleasant place to walk or bike to neighborhood destinations and nearby parks.
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When we don't provide enough loading zones in the right places, people double-park to load and unload, creating safety hazards and disrupting traffic and transit, while businesses have trouble...
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Over the next year, the SFMTA is upgrading lighting from florescent to light-emitting diodes (LED) in 4 city-owned parking facilities. LED is one of today's most energy-efficient and rapidly-...
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Introduction: The SFMTA maintenance crews work hard every night after Muni Metro subway service hours to maintain the tracks and equipment underground. On most nights, this gives them only about two...
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The Waterfront Transportation Assessment (WTA) has been a coordinated land use and transportation planning effort that began in late 2012 and was led by the SFMTA. Completed in August 2015, the WTA...
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Division/13th Street is a key east-west corridor for people biking to destinations like the Caltrain Station, the Mission District, Oracle Park, and the South Beach area in general. Many well-used...
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The transportation sector's reliance on fossil fuels makes the sector the city’s largest source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and criteria air pollutants. Along with mode shift away from single...
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To meet rising transportation demands on Geary Boulevard, SFMTA has been working to improve Geary bus service with popular initiatives like new low-floor buses and more frequent Rapid service. Yet,...
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Project Updates UCSF Mission Bay (Gene Friend Way) Platform Closed T Third Bus Substitution for Approximately Ten Days Starting July 27 T Third Bus Substitution The T Third line will be replaced with...
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Over the next year, the SFMTA will rehabilitate and modernize elevators in 4 city-owned parking facilities. Critical parts of the elevators will be upgraded to make them more efficient and reliable...
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Maintenance crews work hard to keep our city's Muni buses running every day. In order to improve one of our key facilities and upgrade their work environment, the San Francisco Municipal...
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Muni is working on multiple fronts to make getting around San Francisco safer, more reliable, and more comfortable for our customers. As part of this effort, we’re creating a Rapid Network that will...
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The Powell Streetscape Project will design and construct a new streetscape layout for Powell Street between Geary and Ellis streets to enhance the quality and use of the public realm, improve safety...
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Visit SF Public Works' webpage to sign up for project updates! The Second Street Improvement Project extends from Market Street to King Street, stretching from downtown San Francisco to the SOMA...