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Reports And Documents
Wednesday, December 1, 2021
Reset to default view Export image Download displayed data in excel format Download complete/accessible data for this metric Objective Objective 1.1: Achieve Vision Zero by eliminating all traffic...
Reports And Documents
Wednesday, December 1, 2021
Reset to default view Export image Download displayed data in excel format Download complete/accessible data for this metric Objective Objective 1.3: Improve security for transportation system users...
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Green zones provide curb space for short-term parking, generally 10, 15 or 30 minutes. Typical effective hours are 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, Monday through Saturday, though some green zone hours may differ...
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What are they? Continental crosswalks are longitudinal stripes designated where to walk across the road. These high visibility markings provide a visual cue for people who drive and bike of where to...
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The SFMTA is working towards achieving Vision Zero , an initiative to prioritize street safety and eliminate traffic deaths in San Francisco. To meet this goal, the City needs to track progress and...
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In July 2020, the SFMTA completed a two-way bikeway connection between the Promenade/Berry St. and Terry Francois Blvd. to the south across the Lefty O’Doul (3rd St) Bridge as part of the Third...
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The aims of the 3rd Street Transit and Safety Project are to reduce bus delays and improve safety for people walking on 3rd Street between Townsend and Market Streets, as well as to reconfigure...
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The 5th Street Improvement Project will improve safety along the corridor for those who walk, bike, and drive in the neighborhood. This project will investigate potential bicycle, pedestrian, transit...
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The Alemany Bikeway Project will implement bikeway improvements along Alemany Boulevard from Stoneybrook to Putnam, part of the Vision Zero High Injury Network. The existing bikeway will be converted...
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Project Overview The Active Beale Street Project aims to improve Beale Street with: A transit-only lane from Market to Natoma streets that connects five Muni and three Golden Gate Transit lines to...
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CURRENT STATUS The SFMTA substantially completed the Embarcadero 2020 Quick-Build Projects at Pier 35, Ferry Terminal, and in the Rincon Restaurant Zone in early 2021 to expedite safety and mobility...
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Project Update: Construction of the Williams Avenue Quick-Build Safety Project is starting! We ask for your patience and consideration as we work to bring vital safety improvements to Williams Avenue...
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The Mission / Geneva Safety Project will begin construction in summer 2022. For the most up-to-date information on the construction schedule and activities, please visit Public Works' project page...
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Stemmed from the community’s demand for increased investment and broader solutions for traffic safety in the Tenderloin neighborhood, the SFMTA has committed to two 2020 quick-build projects in the...
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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...
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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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Through the SFMTA’s Vision Zero Quick-Build effort, the SFMTA plans to introduce additional safety improvements along South Van Ness Avenue in the Mission neighborhood. The South Van Ness Avenue...
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PROJECT STATUS: Central Embarcadero Safety Project The Central Embarcadero Quick-Build was approved by the Port of San Francisco on Aug 10, 2021. SFMTA and Port staff will be coordinating on the...
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In 2017 the SFMTA and San Francisco Public Works developed and implemented safety improvements at three segments located near the southeastern entrance to the Bayshore Boulevard/Cesar Chavez Street /...
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The Lake Merced Quick-Build Project will build on the Lake Merced Bikeway Feasibility Study and Lake Merced Pedestrian Safety Study through a quick-build project on Lake Merced Boulevard from Skyline...