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 toward 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 

Cost & 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
 

Related programs

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