SFDPW Community Meeting on Parking Removal at Marina Green

From Marina Community Association:

On Thursday, Sept. 26th, the Department of Public Works (DPW) will be holding a Community Meeting from 6:00-7:30pm at the Moscone Recreation Center (1800 Chestnut Street) to discuss and evaluate the potentialremoval of about 50 parking spots along the Yacht Harbor/Marina Bay Trail between Scott and Baker streets. See below photo –

Bay Trail 1Bay Trail 2
During the permitting process for the West Harbor renovation, the Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) included a condition the Recreation and Park Department’s (RPD) permit to conduct a public process to collect feedback on the option of removing some or all of the parking. RPD must then report back to BCDC with a plan to respond to the feedback. There will also be a follow up meeting in late October. Please try to attend and share your feedback. If you can’t attend but want your opinion to be heard, please email info@sfmca.org with your input.

ALSO ON STREETSBLOG

Parking-Free Marina Path Plan Could Be Delayed By Boaters’ Parking Proposal

|
Updated at 11:38 p.m. with further response from the Recreation and Parks Department below. The Marina Boulevard bicycle and pedestrian path was supposed to be car-free by now. The years-old plan to remove the 57 car parking spaces on the stretch between Scott and Baker Streets is scheduled to be implemented by this spring. But the SF Recreation and Parks […]

Boat Owners Gripe as Car-Free Marina Path Moves Forward

|
A community meeting held yesterday about plans to remove car parking from a stretch of the Marina pedestrian and bike path was attended by just a couple dozen people, most of whom appeared to be boat owners protesting the move. The Recreation and Parks Department does appear to be moving forward with the plan, despite […]

An Emerging New Bike Plan for San Francisco is a Bold Path Forward

|
After four years of an agonizing bicycle injunction that prevented the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) from adding any significant improvements to the city’s bike network, a judge earlier this year finally freed the SFMTA to begin building out the city’s long-promised Bicycle Plan. In short order, the SFMTA made some very noticeable improvements, […]