UPDATE: Delay at Church and 20th is clearing. IB/OB #JChurch resuming regular service. Expect residual delays. https://t.co/YUgxustJEW (More: 16 in last 48 hours)

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Most people in San Francisco are a pedestrian at some point in their journey, whether walking several miles, a few blocks to the bus stop or to a parking space. Walking not only improves personal...
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Click here for the latest construction update. The SFMTA is proposing a parking protected bikeway on Fell Street between Baker Street and Shrader Street to provide relief to crowding and support...
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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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Everybody is a pedestrian at some point in their journey, whether walking several miles, a few blocks to the bus stop or to a parking space. Walking not only improves personal health and quality of...
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A green space used by 13 million people each year, Golden Gate Park is both a place of recreation and travel. In support of Mayor Ed Lee’s Vision Zero Executive Directive, SFMTA and the San Francisco...
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Safety and accessibility is a concern on 17th Street between Church and Sanchez due to streetcar tracks, pavement quality and lack of curb ramps. People on bicycles are being injured in falls and...
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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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Tuesday, May 5, 2015
This open house is an opportunity for the public to learn about upcoming safety improvements coming to the Upper Market corridor. With a clear need to improve safety on Upper Market Street, the SFMTA...
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Thursday, May 5, 2016
The SFMTA invites the community to an open house to share information about these additional planned safety improvements on Market Street from Castro Street to Octavia Boulevard.
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2 years ago
Motorcycle riders are some of the most vulnerable road users in the city and have an especially high fatality rate. While motorcycle riders make up only two percent of road users here, they account...
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Monday, April 15, 2019
The Central Richmond Traffic Safety Project Open House is being hosted in partnership with District 1 Supervisor Sandra Fewer. The Open House will present final project proposals based on community...
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Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Join the SFMTA and the Office of District 6 Supervisor Matt Haney for a District 6 bicycle and pedestrian street safety open house. At this open house, the public will have an opportunity to learn...