Masonic Avenue Traffic Calming Community Workshop 2

"The SFMTA has taken the recommendations of community members who
attended the first workshop and will present recommendations on how to
help improve safety along this corridor. The community asked for large
sidewalks and bike lanes, improving safety and comfort for people on
foot and bike. The community also recommended reducing speeding and
improving transit performance along the corridor. The SFMTA will
present their proposal, modeled on the community’s input at this meeting
and solicit feedback. If you live near or travel on Masonic Avenue,
have your say at this meeting."


Gateway or Boulevard? SFMTA Narrows Options for Fixing Masonic Avenue

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s (SFMTA) options for fixing Masonic Avenue, a major north-south traffic sewer that was the scene of the city’s first and only bicycle fatality this year, have been narrowed to two designs. While each option would calm auto traffic in slightly different ways and offer different amenities for bicyclists, both […]

Plan for a Safer Masonic Gets Final Approval from SFMTA Board

A plan for sweeping safety improvements on deadly Masonic Avenue was unanimously approved by the SF Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors yesterday. It’s the final decision needed to move the project forward, though the SFMTA says planners still need to finalize the design and secure funding before it’s implemented. The agency doesn’t have a […]

Masonic Avenue Street Design Study Community Workshop

From the SFMTA: Come join us for the third and final community workshop of a new street design study for Masonic Avenue, focusing on the area between Geary Boulevard and the Panhandle, with the goal of calming traffic on Masonic Avenue and improving access and safety for all modes of transportation. The City wants to […]