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Success of the City's Pedestrian Strategy will come from stakeholder buy-in and collaboration citywide. Task Force meetings will provide a platform for: information exchange; support, including...
Video
Walking and bicycling not only improve personal health and quality of life, but also help make our neighborhoods friendlier, our air cleaner and the city's economy stronger. People walking and...
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Walking and bicycling not only improve personal health and quality of life, but also help make our neighborhoods friendlier, our air cleaner and the city's economy stronger. People walking and...
Committee
PSAC has been charged with providing expertise on issues concerning pedestrian safety, convenience, ambiance, and planning as well as advocating for pedestrian safety by engaging the public, Board of...
Event
Friday, May 5, 2017
City Hall, Room 408 The Vicente Street Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Project proposal to increase bicycle and pedestrian safety on Vicente Street from 17th Avenue to the Lower Great Highway is...
Project
The Golden Gate Avenue Safety Project is an effort to increase safety for more vulnerable people on Golden Gate Avenue. Golden Gate Avenue is a High Injury Corridor with some of the highest...
Project
Upper Market Street is one of San Francisco’s most popular corridors, but it also has some of the city’s highest collision rates and is on San Francisco’s High Injury Network, where just 13% of city...
Project Update
The city is not waiting to complete the full reconstruction of Second Street Improvement Project to begin improving safety along the corridor. As part of San Francisco’s Vision Zero goal to eliminate...
Project
As part of Muni Forward, we're working to improve the experience of riding Muni, making it safer, easier, and more pleasant to take our service. We’re enhancing our fleet to make it cleaner, greener...
Project Update
Monday, October 1, 2018
The Geary Rapid Project was approved by the SFMTA Board on August 21, 2018, paving the way for a better Geary. Implementation of the first set of transit and safety treatments will begin October 1,...
Project
The Mission Street Excelsior Safety Project is a community project that will focus on pedestrian safety, Muni reliability, and loading improvements in the business district. Through near-term and...
Project
The Western Addition Streets Safety Project is the implementation of transportation improvements as recommended by the Western Addition Community Based Transportation Plan (WACBTP). The Plan evolved...
Video
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...
Project
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...