Of note: Making Market Street required right-turns permanent, Lifeline Youth Muni Fast Passes for students, two-way Hayes Street, Folsom Street redesign in the Mission, Transit Impact Development Fee, Geary Boulevard sidewalk extensions and crosswalk re-openings.
Agenda Item of Note: Order No. 183122 To consider the intention of the Department of Public Works to issue permits to install clear channel outdoor transit shelters at the following locations: Permit INTERSECTION 14TS-0089 SB Van Ness Avenue NS O’Farrell Street 14TS-0090 WB Lombard Street NS Fillmore Street 14TS-0091 SB Folsom Street FS 14th Street […]
Agenda On the agenda: Establishing stop signs on Hartford at 20th Street, on Balboa at 27th Avenue, and on Frank Norris Street at Polk Street Revoking “no left turn” restrictions on 6th Street at Harrison Street, and on Hayes Street at Franklin Street Establishing sidewalk bulb-outs at intersection of Franklin and Hayes streets Changing Frank Norris Street, between Larkin and Polk Streets, […]
Agenda Items of Note: Muni and Taxi Only lanes on Market Street, 3rd to 5th Streets eastbound, 3rd to 8th Streets westbound No right turns, except for bicycles, buses, taxis, and commercial vehicles on Market Street, 3rd and 7th Street northbound, Stockton and Hyde Street southbound Bus/bicycle/taxi/commercial vehicle only lanes on Mason, O’Farrell, and 7th […]
agenda [pdf] On the agenda: Establish stop sign on Shotwell Street at Stoneman Street Establish bicycle lanes on Washington Street between The Embarcadero and Drumm Street, and on the Great Highway between Lincoln Way and Fulton Street (northbound) or Balboa Street (southbound) Sidewalk widenings at Drumm and Jackson Streets
Agenda On the agenda: Establishing a bike lane on 29th Street, westbound direction only, from San Jose to Tiffany Avenues Establishing stop signs on Sharon Street at 15th Street, on Clementina Street at 5th Street, on Precita Avenue at Coso Avenue Establishing no parking zones for bike corrals at 185 Clara Street (startupHQ), 3049 20th Street (Atlas Café), 450 Rhode Island Street […]
From SF-Planning: The City of San Francisco in coordination with the Castro/Upper Market Community Benefits District, the Merchants of Upper Market and Castro, and the Eureka Valley Neighborhood Association invite you to the first CASTRO STREET DESIGN WORKSHOP.Please join us to discuss the future of Castro Street from Market Street to 19th Street. In 2011, […]