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Eyes on the Street: Bike Traffic Signals Going in at Page and Stanyan

Posted By Aaron Bialick On April 25, 2012 @ 10:47 am In Bicycle Infrastructure,Bicycling,Golden Gate Park,Pedestrian Infrastructure,Traffic Calming | 13 Comments


The traffic signals are pointed backwards until activated. Photo: Aaron Bialick

A new set of traffic lights that include bicycle-specific signals were erected at Page and Stanyan Streets this week at the recently renovated Golden Gate Park entrance in the Upper Haight. Crews said the lights should be activated in roughly a few weeks, though they couldn’t confirm a date.

The crossing connects a route from Page to John F. Kennedy Drive, where the SFMTA is also constructing a parking-protected bike lane [2]. The signals, which will give a green light solely for pedestrians and bicyclists to enter the park, are part of the latter phase of a San Francisco Bike Plan project. The intersection will also be equipped with pedestrian countdown signals and bicycle sensors, according to plans on the SFMTA’s website [PDF [3]].

A bicycle ramp was also added as part of renovations at the entrance late last year.


See the “before” image here [5] (via Google Maps). Photo: Aaron Bialick

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[1] Image: http://sf.streetsblog.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2012/04/DSC_9139.jpg

[2] constructing a parking-protected bike lane: http://sf.streetsblog.org/2012/04/06/bike-lane-progress-on-jfk-bayshore-cesar-chavez-and-cargo-way/

[3] PDF: http://www.sfmta.com/cms/bhome/documents/7.6PageStreetandStanyanStreetIntersection_ExistingandProposed.pdf

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