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Starting in the fall of 2017, the SFMTA will lead a collaborative community planning process in the Excelsior with the goal of creating safer and more comfortable neighborhood streets for people...
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Clipper Street will be repaved by San Francisco Public Works in late 2017. In coordination with this effort, the SFMTA has been exploring options to reconfigure the Upper Clipper Street lanes and...
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With coordination and funding through the SFCTA’s Neighborhood Transportation Improvement Program (NTIP) , Supervisor Safai has committed to traffic safety improvements, district wide. The goal of...
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The Laurel Heights/Jordan Park Traffic Calming Project was initiated by area residents to help reduce the negative impacts of motor vehicle traffic while improving safety and access for people...
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This project is now complete, adding traffic calming and targeted safety improvements to Golden Gate Park streets in 2018. For information on the Golden Gate Park Access and Safety Program – the...
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As part of Muni Forward, SFMTA has identified Muni’s N Judah corridor as being a part of its proposed Rapid Network. In most cities, a Rapid Network is transit service with dedicated lanes and...
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The Bay Street Road Diet and Cycletrack project has been completed. The project goal was to improve the safety and comfort of Bay Street between Fillmore and Laguna streets for all roadway users by...
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PROJECT UPDATE: Based on community input, the lane reduction and bike lanes proposed as part of the Broadway Safety Improvement Project are on hold. Safety upgrades including high visibility...
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The Vermont Street Road Diet is an effort initiated by the Potrero Hill Areawide Traffic Calming Plan as a way to address safety on Vermont Street from Mariposa Street to 17th Street. The project is...
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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 SFMTA’s goals for Bayview CBTP Quick-Build Projects include improving pedestrian visibility and comfort at crossings and reducing vehicle speeds . Quick-build projects will deliver improvements...
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As part of the city's Vision Zero efforts, we are working to address today's "hurry up" culture to stop excessive speeding while also acknowledging and minimizing inequities in traffic enforcement...
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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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This project is an effort to assess and improve and determine the state of the Lake Street Slow Street between 28th and Arguello Boulevard. It will entail a community outreach process to determine...
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The Sunset Neighborways Network project aims to designate and design several residential streets as preferred bicycling and walking routes. Using the existing planning work completed from the SFCTA’s...
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This project is currently on hold due to ongoing outreach efforts in the Mission neighborhood to further understand the desired safety and wayfinding needs for the area. Please see this project...
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This project is an effort to improve traffic safety and further enhance the Slow Street on Golden Gate Avenue between Masonic Avenue to Broderick Street. It will entail an outreach process to...
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The SFMTA has been working to implement the Geary Bus Rapid Transit project to improve transit and safety since the completion of the project’s environmental phase in 2018. The first phase of work,...
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Arguello Boulevard is an active and important connection through the Inner Richmond District. The Arguello corridor carries thousands of San Francisco residents every day, whether they are walking to...
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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 38R Geary Rapid’s over 56,000...
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Slow Streets Phase 4 Update (05/12/2021): After additional review, the SFMTA will not be implementing the proposed Slow Streets in the Bayview. Instead, we will refocus on traffic calming treatments...