SF elected officials and local transportation representatives gathered for ribbon cutting in celebration of the completion of the Second Street Improvements Project

On March 25, Mayor London Breed, Supervisor Matt Haney, and local transportation agency representatives from SF Public Works, the Transportation Authority, SF Public Utilities Commission, and SFMTA celebrated the completion of the Second Street Improvements Project. This $26 million project runs along Second Street from Market Street to King Street and enhances street safety and access for all road users. 

Improvements for the project include sidewalk widening, protected bike lanes, transit boarding islands, raised crosswalks, traffic signal upgrades, sewer upgrades, repaving, and more. Major construction was completed in fall 2020 and remaining work undergrounding overhead utility wires, bike lane markings, and traffic striping were delivered this year. 

The Transportation Authority supported this project with $13 million in federal One Bay Area Grant funds and matching local half-cent transportation sales tax dollars. 


Second Street Improvements Project (SF Public Works)