SFMTA Engineering Hearing

From SFMTA:

The SFMTA is holding a public hearing to consider pedestrian safety improvements on Columbus Avenue. The hearing for this project will be focused on proposed concrete bulb-outs at three locations on Columbus Avenue: Stockton/Green, Vallejo and Grant streets. The City of San Francisco has observed a significant number of vehicle-pedestrian collisions at these intersections and seeks to better ensure safety for people walking by implementing concrete bulb-outs.

The SFMTA is holding a public hearing to consider traffic calming and bicycle safety improvements on Bay Street. The hearing for this project will be focused on the proposed speed hump, bicycle route changes, and minor parking modifications. The City of San Francisco has observed a significant number of vehicle speeding along this segment of Bay Street and seeks to better ensure safety for people walking, riding bicycles, and driving by implementing the speed hump and other modifications.

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