A view of cars and people on the crooked section of Lombard street

Photo: Peter Lee, flickr

The Transportation Authority is studying a reservation and pricing system to better manage traffic flow on the crooked section of Lombard Street. Last week, we held a community meeting in partnership with District 2 Supervisor and Transportation Authority Board Member Catherine Stefani to present options about what a reservation and pricing system could look like and gather community feedback. 

Learn more and fill out an online feedback form.

The project team will use community feedback to refine our proposal for a reservation and pricing system for Lombard. In a few months we expect to present our final recommendations to the Transportation Authority Board. Our board will then provide direction on next steps. State legislation would also be required to enable San Francisco to implement a reservation and pricing system. 

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