The District 10 15 Third Street Bus Study evaluated re-establishing the 15 Third Street Muni bus route. Residents and community members in Dogpatch, Bayview, and Hunter’s Point have raised concerns about delays and reliability of T Third light rail service on Third Street and expressed a desire to return bus service to the corridor. SFMTA is currently operating a new 15 Third Express route as identified by this study.
Building on past neighborhood-wide efforts, the Tenderloin Traffic Safety Improvements project will reduce the speed limits of many streets from 25 to 20 miles per hour and restrict turns on red at 54 intersections.
The Western Addition Community-Based Transportation Plan brought local residents, community organizations and transportation agencies together to address the neighborhood’s transportation challenges.
The Golden Gate Park Stakeholder Working Group developed a list of needs and an Action Framework that identifies key efforts to be carried forward into subsequent planning processes for Golden Gate Park and JFK Drive.
This study analyzes how people travel to the eastern portion of Golden Gate Park and what barriers exist to getting there, particularly for people living in Equity Priority Communities furthest from the park.
This project will implement a "road diet" on 14th Street between Castro Street and Sanchez Street to improve pedestrian safety and visibility.
The main goal of the project is to provide a safer space for people to walk and cross the Minnesota and 25th St Intersection
The Transportation Authority is conducting the Octavia Improvements Study in close partnership with SFMTA to identify ways to improve safety and make it easier to travel on Octavia Boulevard leading to the Central Freeway.
Vision Zero Proactive Traffic Calming is a program of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency to improve safety on streets where pedestrian injuries to seniors and people with disabilities are concentrated and priority areas where seniors and people with disabilities live and travel.
The SFMTA-led District 3 Pedestrian Safety Improvements project will focus on planning, design, and construction of pedestrian safety improvements on and near Kearny Street.
We continue to work with the governor’s office, and state and local representatives to identify solutions to congestion in the area.
The Slow Duboce Triangle Study, also called Vision Slow Triangle or Duboce Triangle Vision 2030, was led by the Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association and engaged the community in workshops to understand the visions for the future of the Duboce Triangle neighborhood.
The Jane Warner Plaza Renovation Project will focus on improvements to pedestrian and bicycle safety in this busy multi-modal node. SFPW and SFMTA staff will coordinate with community stakeholders and other agencies, and analyze, propose, and develop schematics. This effort seeks to make permanent some temporary features that serve pedestrian safety, to enhance safety of the intersection at Castro and Market Streets, while considering adjustments to adjacent SFMTA infrastructure that will allow the plaza and space to better serve the community for transit and pedestrian uses.
The Transportation Authority is developing a business plan that will define an on-demand microtransit shuttle service within District 4.
The SFMTA’s Folsom-Howard Streetscape Project will make it safer and more pleasant to walk, bike, shop and live along Folsom and Howard streets.