Overview
An aerial image of the intersection

Introduction

The SFMTA’s Sloat Skyline Intersection Alternatives Analysis looks to improve overall safety where Sloat Boulevard/HWY 35 intersects with Skyline Boulevard & 39th Avenue. Sloat serves as a major east-west connector from West Portal to Ocean Beach and is the unofficial southern border of the Outer Sunset. This project will identify options to make the intersection a more inviting, safe and comfortable experience for all users.

The affected segment of Sloat Boulevard is a part of San Francisco's Vision Zero High-Injury Network, and the alternatives will be evaluated for their potential to improve safety for all road users and make progress towards achieving Vision Zero.

Goals

  • Improve safety for all road users
  • Increase visibility of pedestrians and reduce intersection conflict points
  • Improve or maintain transit and vehicle circulation at the intersection
  • Consider ways to showcase landscaping improvements or storm water management

Visit the SFMTA's webpage for project information and updates

Cost and Funding 

The Transportation Authority’s Neighborhood Program supported this project with $399,695 in Prop K half-cent sales tax funds. 

Resources

SFMTA project webpage

Prop K transportation sales tax request (PDF)

Contact

Anna Harkman, SFMTA: anna.harkman@sfmta.com
 

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