A parent with two kids and a stroller wait at the corner of Chestnut and Fillmore, while a young woman pushes an elderly woman in a wheelchair in the crosswalk.

Photo by SFMTA Photography Department


The District 2 Safety Study will address safety challenges and barriers to access on routes to land uses that attract children, seniors, and other vulnerable road users including parks, schools, hospitals, and recreational areas. The study will create a toolkit of safety improvements and guidance for implementation. The funding for this study includes implementation of study recommendations as a combination of quick-build or permanent construction.

Project/Study Partners

The District 2 Safety Study will be conducted in coordination with SFMTA.


  • Reduce barriers to access to land uses that attract vulnerable road users
  • Improve street safety.


  • Fall 2023

    Public Outreach

  • Summer 2024

    Study Completion

  • Spring 2025

    Detailed Design and Engineering

  • 2026


Cost and Funding

The project is funded by the Transportation Authority’s Neighborhood Program funds at the request of District 2 Supervisor and Transportation Authority Board Member Catherine Stefani.


Aliza Paz, Principal Transportation Planner

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