Pedestrians crossing in crosswalk along Lincoln Avenue

Photo by SFMTA Photography Department

The Transportation Authority Board approved over $300,000 in half-cent sales tax funds and over $4.4 million in TNC Tax funds to support SFMTA’s Vision Zero Quick-Build Program. The program installs quick-to-deliver reversible and adjustable traffic measures to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety on the Vision Zero High Injury Network. These quick-build measures may include painted safety zones, protected bike lanes, signal modifications, parking and loading changes, and more.

The $4.8 million in total funding will support design and construction of eight corridor projects identified at high-need locations. Programmatic spot improvements throughout the city and outreach and evaluation efforts will also be supported by this funding. Projects are located at: 

  • Beach Street, The Embarcadero to Van Ness Avenue
  • Larkin Street, Market Street to Geary
  • Cesar Chavez Street, Pennsylvania to Maryland
  • Clarendon Avenue, Laguna Honda to Johnstone 
  • Guerrero Street, Market Street to 20th Street Attachment 5
  • Lincoln Way, 22nd Avenue to Great Highway 
  • JFK Drive Connections (John F Kennedy Drive, Kezar Drive to Stanyan Street; Oak Street, Stanyan Street to Shrader Street; Fell Street, Shrader Street to Stanyan Street)
  • Access Improvements (Golden Gate Avenue; Leavenworth Avenue; Williams Avenue)

All corridor projects will be completed on a rolling basis and all are anticipated to be open for use by fall 2025.


February 28 Transportation Authority Board (Item 6)
April 25 Transportation Authority Board (Item 8)

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