A bicyclist riding on Anza Street

The Transportation Authority Board voted to allocate funds to design and implement bike lanes on Anza Street at its January 14 meeting. The project will seek feedback from the community through stakeholder meetings and an open house. The bike lanes would run for approximately 1.5 miles, from 26th Avenue to Arguello Boulevard. The aim of this project is to improve safety and accessibility for bicyclists on Anza Street. 

The community has previously expressed that they would benefit from having an additional east-west bike route in the neighborhood. SFMTA expects to conduct outreach beginning in spring 2020 and complete construction by early 2021.

The Transportation Authority supported this project with funding from our Neighborhood Program at the request of Transportation Authority board member and District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer.

The Transportation Authority Board voted to fund this study at its January 14 meeting, and will confirm that vote at its January 28 meeting.

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