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Townsend Street has one of the richest mixes of travel modes of any street in San Francisco. 4th and Townsend, with the regional Caltrain Station and the soon-to-be-completed Central Subway light...
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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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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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Polk Street is a thriving commercial corridor, but it also has some of the highest pedestrian and bicycle collisions rates in the city. On average, one person walking and one person biking are hit by...
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A better Geary is coming soon. The Geary Rapid Project aims to improve one of San Francisco’s busiest corridors with much-needed safety improvements and more reliable bus service for the 38 Geary and...
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Lombard Street is a high-injury corridor; several treatments are proposed to improve safety along the corridor between Van Ness and Doyle Drive. The treatments include transit and pedestrian bulbs,...
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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...
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To enhance 19 Polk bus service and improve safety, Muni is proposing Bus Stop changes on Polk Street
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The Operator Convenience Facility Project aims to provide accessible restroom facilities that meet the health and safety needs of our Muni Operators throughout the City, and reduce unplanned schedule...
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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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The Dolores Street Median Parking Pilot authorizes parking in the travel lanes adjacent to the center medians on Dolores Street for designated periods of time on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The...
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The 16th Street Improvement Project will improve transit reliability and travel time, while addressing safety and accessibility for all users of the corridor. It will address the transportation needs...
Press Releases
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), which oversees all transportation in the city, today announced a pilot safety enhancement project on Folsom Street between 4th and 11th...
Press Releases
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Mayor Edwin M. Lee today launched the City’s Congestion Management Strategy to improve traffic flow and safety, especially in the South of Market neighborhood where construction and growth remain the...
Press Releases
Friday, May 19, 2017
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), which manages the Municipal Railway (Muni) and all surface transportation within the city, has reached a milestone in the Green Light Rail...
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The CP&C Division improves the city’s transportation infrastructure by managing the capital improvement programs for all City and County transportation initiatives to support San Francisco’s...
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SoMa deserves the same kinds of amenities that other neighborhoods enjoy. The Folsom-Howard Streetscape Project will make SoMa more livable by making it safer and more pleasant to walk, bike, shop,...
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The Geary Community Advisory Committee, or Geary CAC, provides input to the project team by providing varied perspectives from the surrounding community and city. The nature of the Geary CAC is...
Staff
Project Manager of the Powell Safety Project, and the Lower Stockton Improvement Project.
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