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Eyes on the Street: Work on Clipper Street Bike Lane Starts

clipper1.jpgPhotos by Streetsblog tipster Nick

DPT crews have begun striping a new bike lane on Clipper Street [1] between Douglass Street and Portola Drive. Streetsblog tipster Nick sent us these photos of the work, which is expected to take a week to complete, according to Damon Curtis of the MTA's bike program. Nick points out that many residents on Clipper Street support the bike lane, part of a traffic calming project in the Bike Plan.

See more photos and get an update on other projects below the break.

Meantime, the MTA has given us an update on the status of the remaining projects recently given the go ahead by a San Francisco judge [2]:

And on sharrows, the street segments and sharrows installed to date are:
  • 5th, Market to Townsend (74)
  • Hayes, Baker to Scott (12) 
  • The Wiggle: Duboce, Waller, Pierce, Haight, & Scott (12)
  • Fulton, 23rd to 22nd (4) 
  • Wawona, 21st to 20th (4)

Sharrows will be installed on the following streets next: