Overview
Photo of intersection improvements along Divisadero street.

Photo: SFMTA Photography Department

Introduction

Divisadero Street between Turk and Haight streets is a segment of San Francisco’s Vision Zero High Injury Network.The SFMTA’s Divisadero Intersection Improvements project will improve ten intersections on this segment of Divisadero. Improvements vary by intersection, and include daylighting, pedestrian safety zones, increased signal lens sizes, pedestrian signal improvements, and advanced limit lines. The goal of this project is to make Divisadero and surrounding streets safer for all modes of travel. 

Project/Study Partners

These improvements are funded by the Transportation Authority’s Neighborhood Program, with planning and construction led by the SFMTA. 

Goals 

  • Improve safety for all who travel along Divisadero
  • Reduce the number of conflicts between those who walk, bike, and drive 

Timeline and Status 

Business door-to-door outreach and stakeholder meetings: May 2019- November 2019
Design, legislation, and environmental clearance: December 2019
Construction: January 2020-September 2020

Cost and Funding 

This project was funded by the Transportation Authority’s Neighborhood Program at the request of former Transportation Authority Board Member Vallie Brown (D5). 

Resources

Prop K transportation sales tax funding request (PDF)

Contact 

Shayda Haghgoo, SFMTA: shayda.haghgoo@sfmta.com
 

Related programs

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