Sixth Street Traffic Calming Pilot Project Community Meeting

From Supervisor Jane Kim’s office:

WHAT: Sixth Street Improvement Pilot Project Meeting

WHO: Supervisor Jane Kim & SFMTA

WHEN: Wednesday, 7/10/13 @ 6:00pm

WHERE: Gene Friend Rec Center

WHAT: Give input on the Sixth Street Improvement Project!

The District 6 Pedestrian Safety Work Group and D6 community brainstormed with the SFMTA this past February on how to improve pedestrian safety along the Sixth Street corridor – which has one of the highest vehicle-pedestrian collisions in the City.

Supervisor Kim has been working with the SFMTA to fund the Sixth Street Improvement Project, including a test pilot in the fall that would:

  • Widen pedestrian sidewalk space
  • Improve traffic signalization
  • Provide mid-block crossings
  • Slow traffic crossing Market Street onto Sixth
  • Identify positive community activation along Sixth Street

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