Overview
Intersection at 14th Street

Introduction

This project will implement a "road diet" on 14th Street between Castro Street and Sanchez Street to reduce the number of vehicle lanes that pedestrians must cross. Improvements will include the elimination of an eastbound lane on 14th Street between Castro and Sanchez Streets, a left-turn-only lane, and red zones to daylight intersections. Benefits will include improved pedestrian visibility and safer turning movements. The proposal was developed in coordination with District 8 Supervisor and Transportation Authority Board Member Rafael Mandelman's office, the Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association, and other members of the local community.

Project/Study Partners

This project is funded by the Transportation Authority’s Neighborhood Program and led by SFMTA.  

Timeline and Status

  • This project requires approval of traffic and parking changes by the SFMTA Board of Directors. The project is expected to be considered at an SFMTA Board meeting in early 2022.
  • Construction is expected to be complete within six months of approval by the SFMTA Board.

Cost and Funding

This project was funded by the Transportation Authority's Neighborhood Program at the request of Transportation Authority Board Member Rafael Mandelman (District 8). 

Resources

District 8 14th Street Road Diet Prop K funding request (PDF)

Contact

Jeffery Tom, jeffrey.tom@sfmta.com
 

Related programs

Our Neighborhood Program supports neighborhood-scale planning efforts and project implementation in each supervisorial district.