Join the City for a design meeting to plan streetscape, pedestrian, bicycle, and transit improvements for 2nd Street between Market and King streets.
From www.rinconhillsf.org: The San Francisco Department of Public Works, Municipal Transportation Agency and City Planning invite you to the second community meeting for the 2nd Street Improvement Project. The project extends along 2nd Street from Market to King. The key elements of the project are pedestrian improvements, a bicycle facility, streetscape enhancements and repaving. Come to […]
From SFBC: Join David Baker + Partners, Public Bikes, Van Meter Williams Pollack, and other 2nd Street residents and businesses for a casual community get-together to talk about the city’s upcoming bike, pedestrian, and streetscape improvement project for 2nd Street. The SF Bicycle Coalition will be there and we’ll be sharing more information about the […]
This week, the SFMTA holds two more town hall budget meetings and considers two traffic circles at its engineering hearing. Meanwhile, neighbors and advocates convene to make sure the agency doesn’t forget about implementing safety improvements on 2nd Street (again). Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: The SFMTA Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee meets. The committee […]
From SF DPW: The San Francisco Department of Public Works, Municipal Transportation Agency, and City Planning invite you to the third community meeting for the 2nd Street Improvement Project. The project extends along 2nd Street from Market to King. The key elements of the project are pedestrian improvements, a bicycle facility, streetscape enhancements and repaving. As you […]
From D10 Watch: Tuesday, March 26th, 6:30pm 1001 Potrero Avenue (@22nd St, SFGH), (map) 2nd Floor Cafeteria The Department of Public Works, SF Planning, SFMTA, and SF General Hospital Rebuild is hosting an informational session to discuss the future design of streetscape improvements to Potrero Avenue, 21st to 25th Streets. The public is invited to join. This project will bring a […]
The San Francisco Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee has some seats to fill. If you live in District 3, 4, 5, 9, or 11, you can apply for an appointment by the Board of Supervisors to be the official voice for pedestrian safety issues in your district. The PSAC meets monthly at City Hall to advise […]