Elected officials cutting a ribbon at Geary and Masonic

In August, we joined Mayor Breed, Commissioners Vallie Brown and Catherine Stefani, lead agency SF Public Works, SFMTA staff, local organizations, and community members for the ribbon cutting of the Masonic Avenue Streetscape Project, an community-led effort to improve safety for people walking, biking, taking transit, and driving on Masonic between Geary and Fell streets. 

Project improvements include reallocated road space to calm traffic, a dedicated raised green bike lane, new medians and bulb outs, bus boarding islands, repaving, more visible traffic signals, public art, wider sidewalks, better lighting, and a new public plaza. The $26 million project was funded by SFMTA revenue bonds and funds from the Transportation Authority via San Francisco's half-cent sales tax for transportation.

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