Street safety improvements are coming to “the Hairball,” a busy intersection between Potrero Hill and the Mission.
The SFMTA will study how to improve bike safety and access to and within Lake Merced Park.
The Jefferson Streetscape Improvement Project aims to improve street safety on the main street of Fisherman’s Wharf.
As part of the SFMTA’s Golden Gate Avenue Safety Project, the agency reduced the number of traffic lanes and constructed an eastbound buffered bike lane on Golden Gate Avenue between Polk Street and Market Street.
The Buchanan Mall Bulb-outs project will enhance safety and connectivity for people walking to the Buchanan mall and surrounding neighborhood by implementing improvements at two intersections, as evaluated and recommended in the Western Addition Community Based Transportation Plan.
The Bessie Carmichael Crosswalk project supported the City’s Vision Zero goal by making it safer for students to walk and bike to school.
Through this study, the SFMTA developed conceptual design improvements to address safety issues near the Geneva-San Jose Intersection.
The SFMTA is working with the community to assess and recommend safety improvements for Valencia Street between Market and Mission streets.
The SFMTA’s Sloat Skyline Intersection Alternatives Analysis looks to improve overall safety where Sloat Boulevard/HWY 35 intersects with Skyline Boulevard & 39th Avenue
This project will design and construct traffic calming measures along the Folsom Street and Crescent Avenue corridors in District 9.
The Lombard Street Safety Project will implement street safety improvements such as sidewalk extensions, signal timing adjustments, and enhanced crosswalk and intersection striping.
The 66-Quintara Reconfiguration Study identified ways to meet the San Francisco West Side neighborhoods’ transit access and connectivity needs.
This 2012 study evaluated the performance of the transportation system in the Market-Octavia area and recommend changes for improving travel options and traffic management in the area.
This study identifies a set of non-infrastructure strategies to reduce vehicle miles of travel in the district through partnerships between community organizations, developers, and emerging mobility service providers.
The objective of the Columbus Avenue Neighborhood Transportation Study was to identify changes to transportation infrastructure and policies that could enhance the livability and economic viability of the Columbus Avenue corridor.