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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.
Pedestrian safety improvements at the intersection may include up to three bulb-outs, rectangular rapid flashing beacons, and pedestrian crossing signage to improve safety and access to Glen Canyon Park.
Upper Market has complex, 6-way intersections and is on San Francisco’s Vision Zero High-Injury Network. Through the Upper Market Street Safety Project, SFMTA will install sidewalk and roadway improvements to make Upper Market safer and more comfortable for people walking, biking, driving, and accessing transit.
This SFMTA- led project includes roadway and public space improvements to enhance pedestrian safety, improve access to transit stops, reduce both intersection crossing distances and traffic speeds, and provide new community gathering areas.
Transportation Authority Board Member Norman Yee (D7) engaged District 7 residents in an inclusive participatory budgeting process to identify projects that will improve the safety and quality of its neighborhoods. Through this process, the residents and stakeholders requested traffic calming and pedestrian safety measures at specific locations.
Segments of Alemany Boulevard between Sickles Avenue and Mission Street are part of the city’s High-Injury Network. The SFMTA is exploring ways to make Alemany Boulevard safer for all road users. This study builds on prior work by the SFMTA and San Francisco Planning Department.