Overview
An aerial view of the project street

Introduction

The intersection of Elk and Sussex streets serves as a pedestrian access point to Glen Park and includes a stairway that provides access to the park from the intersection.

This project will address community members’ requests for safety improvements at the intersection as submitted to the SFMTA and district supervisor through the Glen Park Neighborhood Association.

This project will improve the north pedestrian crossing of Diamond Heights Boulevard at Sussex Street by adding a marked crosswalk, rectangular rapid flashing beacons, a new streetlight on the northwest corner, and four curb ramps on three sidewalk extensions at the northwest, northeast, and southeast corners.

Additional improvements include reducing the speed limit north of the intersection from 30 miles per hour to 25 miles per hour, removing nine parking spaces to improve visibility between drivers and pedestrians, and closing the north and south crossings of Diamond Heights Boulevard at Arbor Street to channel pedestrians to the improved crossing at Sussex Street.

Project Partners

SFMTA
SF Public Works

Timeline and Status 

SFMTA and SF Public Works collaborated on design. SF Public Works is expected to complete construction in late 2020.

Cost and Funding 

This project is supported by the Transportation Authority's Neighborhood Program at the request of District 8 Supervisor and Transportation Authority Board Member Rafael Mandelman

Resources

Prop K transportation sales tax funding request (PDF)
Glen Canyon Park Improvement Plan

Contact 

Gabriel Ho, SFMTA Gabriel.Ho@sfmta.com
 

Related programs

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