From DPW: The San Francisco Department of Public Works (DPW) and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) have completed work on Phase I (sewer) of the Cesar Chavez Sewer & Streetscape Improvement Project. DPW now has begun work on Phase II (streetscape), which is expected to take approximately nine months to complete. DPW and […]
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 […]
This week, urbanist innovators discuss the future of parklets and other temporary street changes, the city holds an update meeting on the Cesar Chavez streetscape project, and the SFBC teaches the facts about biking pregnant or with babies. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: SPUR Lunchtime Forum – Time’s Up: the End of Temporary. […]
Happy New Year! This week, get updated on Plan Bay Area and the Cesar Chavez street project and ride out for the SF Bike Party’s one-year anniversary. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: The SFMTA Board of Directors meets. On the agenda is approval of the agency’s Strategic Plan and 20-Year Capital Plan, […]
"Public meeting on the upcoming Cesar Chavez Sewer and Streetscape Improvements. The City will provide preliminary information on the two phases of this construction effort."
Construction on the Cesar Chavez Sewer and Streetscape Improvement Project will be completed a few months behind schedule in summer 2013, according to the SF Department of Public Works. DPW’s Kris Opbroek said the streetscape portion will begin in the spring as completion of the sewer work moves west. When finished, the project will transform Cesar Chavez […]