SFMTA Engineering Hearing

Agenda

On the agenda:

  • Establishing tow away zone on Iowa St
  • Establishing median islands on Bryant St
  • Establishing perpendicular parking on Bryant St
  • Rescinding “left lane must turn left” on Bryant Street at Cesar Chavez Street, southbound approach (part of a road diet on Bryant Street from 23rd Street to Cesar Chavez Street)
  • Establishing no parking and sidewalk widening (bulbouts) on Broadway at Kearny and at Montgomery
  • Changing 2 hour parking to 1 hour on Sansome St and Filbert St

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