[NOTE: If this is not the 19th Ave. effort you're interested in, try the 19th Ave. Transportation Plan.]
Thank you to everyone who attended our first community meeting on February 13, 2013. If you missed it or want more information about the project, visit the outreach page to download meeting materials. An outreach summary is now available (PDF 12 MB). The report summarizes all feedback we received and notes Study responses, as appropriate.
The Study's Existing and Future conditions report (PDF, 2.7 MB) is now available for download.
The 19th Avenue Transit Study will build on recent planning efforts to develop transit and non-motorized improvements to address existing needs and support future land use changes, including the proposals of the San Francisco State University Master Plan and the Parkmerced Vision Plan. The main points of focus are:
- Realignment of the M-Ocean View light rail line to the west side of 19th Avenue, including grade-separated crossings near Sloat/19th Avenue and near Junipero Serra/Font/Randolph
- Non-motorized improvements, including opportunities created by an M-line re-alignment; and
- Improved Daly City BART transit connections, such as better bus service or new light rail service.