Community Meeting: Cesar Chavez East Planning

From SFBC:
The San Francisco Planning Department will hold the kick-off meeting to discuss opportunities to redesign the Cesar Chavez Street, from Hampshire Street to Illinois Street, including the 101 and I-280 freeway interchanges. This stretch of Cesar Chavez was approved to have bike lanes the whole length, but this planning process will allow neighbors and users of the street to develop an even better project, with off-street, or physically separated bikeways. Come to the meeting and have your say in the future of Cesar Chavez Street.

ALSO ON STREETSBLOG

Cesar Chavez Community Meeting

|
From SFBC: Help create a safer link to the bay by redesigning Cesar Chavez Street. Join your neighbors, co-workers, business owners on the Cesar Chavez corridor, the Planning Department and the SFMTA to develop a community-supported vision and design for street that is safe, comfortable and accessible to all. As an important connector, Cesar Chavez […]

This Week: Double Parking Fines, Cesar Chavez, East Bay BRT

|
This week, the SFMTA Board considers raising fines on double parkers and sidewalk riders, the Planning Department presents new plans for eastern Cesar Chavez Street, and AC Transit holds the first of its public meeting on the East Bay BRT final EIR. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: The SFMTA Board of Directors meets. […]

Cesar Chavez Streetscape Improvement Project Update Meeting

|
From SFBC: The SFMTA has just announced changes to the long-awaited community-based design for Cesar Chavez between Bryant Street and Hampshire Street. Caltrans, the Stated Department of Transportation, is now requiring an additional vehicle travel lane on Cesar Chavez between Bryant Street and York Street, forcing the loss of on-street car parking on the south […]

Unclogging the Cesar Chavez Traffic Sewer

|
A 14′ median with trees will be added to Cesar Chavez when the bicycle injunction is lifted One of the many casualties of the bicycle injunction has been the community led plan for reconstruction of Cesar Chavez Street between Guerrero and the 101.  Over the past five years, community groups led by CC Puede, the […]