SFMTA Engineering Hearing

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, from one-way eastbound to one-way westbound

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