The Brotherhood Way Safety and Circulation Plan will develop near- and long-term concepts to improve safety, circulation, and connectivity through the Brotherhood Way and Alemany Boulevard corridors and on surrounding streets.
ConnectSF is San Francisco’s long-range transportation planning effort. As part of ConnectSF, the Streets and Freeways Strategy (PDF) identified the Brotherhood Way and Alemany Boulevard area for future planning to address safety on high-speed, high-capacity streets and improve neighborhood connections. The Streets and Freeways Strategy includes a high-level concept for the area to inspire future planning efforts.
The Brotherhood Way Safety and Circulation Plan is the next step in the planning process. The study will begin with an analysis of existing conditions to identify transportation needs and areas for improvement. Concepts will be developed to address transportation needs including near- and long-term improvements.
Community engagement will be a key element of each study phase and a Community Working Group will be formed to guide all aspects of project development.
- San Francisco County Transportation Authority
- SF Planning
The Brotherhood Circulation and Safety Plan is focused on improving safety, circulation, and connectivity for people walking, driving, and biking.
Goals, Gaps, and Opportunities
Fall and Winter 2023
Spring and Summer 2024
Public engagement will happen throughout
Cost and Funding
Funding for the Brotherhood Way Safety and Circulation Plan is provided by a Caltrans Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant.
David Long, Transportation Planner: firstname.lastname@example.org
This study emerged as one recommendation from the ConnectSF Streets and Freeways Strategy, which is the city’s multi-agency long-term planning effort to build an effective, equitable, and sustainable transportation system.
This study is hoping to advance three key ConnectSF recommendations
- Prioritize safety
- Reconnect communities that are divided by freeways and large roads
- Build a complete network for walking and biking
The work will also advance recommendations from previous plans, including the Vision Zero Action Plan, BART Station Access Studies, and San Francisco’s 2009 bike plan.
A Community Working Group will be formed to guide every aspect of project development. A robust engagement effort will include opportunities to provide input at multiple junctures. Input will be solicited in-language, online, and at community events.