SFMTA Scott Street Traffic Calming Meeting

From SFMTA:

Scott Street neighbors have expressed interest in traffic circulation changes to Scott Street that would decrease congestion and enhance the livability and safety for residents and for people who walk and bike through the neighborhood.

Please join us at a focused meeting of residents on August 28 to explore traffic calming options for Scott Street from Page Street to Fell Street. Public input is important to us because some options could impact vehicle access.

These changes would be a component of the Wiggle Neighborhood Green Corridor, a project of SFDPW, SFMTA and SFPUC, which seeks to add stormwater management and traffic calming features to streets in the Duboce Triangle, Lower Haight and Alamo Square neighborhoods.

Unable to join us in person?  Contact Miriam Sorell at miriam.sorell@sfmta.com with any questions.

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