From SFMTA. Items of Note: 3. Transit Effectiveness Project an frail updates, SFMTA 4. Balboa Park Station Area and Plaza Improvements update, SFMTA Parking lot: prospective agenda items for future mtgs a. Planning and land use — potential development and updates b. Kiss and ride options c. Ingleside Light Article: access, development around station, and […]
Agenda From SFMTA: The Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project is a package of transit and pedestrian safety improvements. To implement the full benefits of the project, sidewalk and roadway reconfigurations will be necessary, including parking changes and left turn restrictions. The parking is proposed to be removed to accommodate the BRT design elements […]
The Streetsblog calendar kicks off 2015 with a solid addition to the transit system: Tomorrow, the SFMTA Board of Directors Tuesday is expected to approve a new Muni route that would connect 16th Street BART to Mission Bay. The year’s first SPUR forums and public meetings for the first round of SFMTA street redesigns in […]
It’s the week before Thanksgiving, which means it’s time for city agencies to pack in a last-minute flood of community meetings before the holiday season. The SFMTA will host meetings on Market Street car restrictions and transit lanes, upgrades for the Muni 8X-Bayshore Express, and another public workshop about designs for a protected bikeway on […]
Agenda Includes Muni Transit Effectiveness Project changes on Haight and McAllister Streets, and more.
The SFMTA is holding public meetings this week on a more transit-friendly 16th Street and a new residential parking permit area in NoPa. You can also take a ride with the SF Bicycle Coalition to see how well streets perform for bicycling in the Richmond District. Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Wednesday: The […]