SFMTA Engineering Hearing: On-Street Car-Share Spaces

Agenda [PDF]

Comments can be emailed to sustainable.streets@sfmta.com.

Of note:

14. ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY NO STOPPING EXCEPT PERMITTED CAR SHARE VEHICLES
A. 9th Avenue, west side, from 11 feet to 33 feet north of Geary Boulevard (22-foot zone removes Post ID #109-03970, for 1 car share parking permit space–C078)
B. Clement Street, north side, from 73 feet to 85 feet west of 24th Avenue (12-foot zone removes Post ID #360-23140 along angled parking space, for 1 car share parking permit space–C097)
C. Gough Street, west side, from 63 feet to 143 feet north of Geary Boulevard (80-foot zone removes Post ID #443-13090, #443-13070, #443-13050, #443-13030, for 4 car share parking permit spaces–C153, C154, G151, G152)
D. Union Street, south side, from 96 feet to 116 feet west of Gough Street (20-foot zone removes Post ID #691-17110, for 1 car share parking permit space–G022)
E. Chestnut Street, north side, from 25 feet to 47 feet west of Avilia Street (22-foot zone removes Post ID #354-22320, for 1 car share parking permit–G130)
F. Euclid Avenue, north side, from 18 feet to 58 feet east Laurel Street (40-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permit spaces–Z048 & Z100)
G. Greenwich Street, north side, from Powell Street to 17 feet westerly (2 perpendicular parking spaces, for 2 car share parking permit spaces–C012 & C116)
H. Jones Street, east side, from 15 feet to 37 feet north of Clay Street (22-foot zone, first parking space north of red zone, for 1 car share parking permit space–G013)
I. Jones St, west side, from Washington Street to 37 feet northerly (37-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permit spaces–Z064 & Z083)
J. 21st Avenue, east side, from Judah Street to 38 feet southerly (for 2 car share parking permit spaces–C075 & C145)
K. 25th Avenue, west side, from 17 feet to 58 feet north of Noriega Street (41-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permit spaces–Z007 & Z112)
L. 20th Ave, west side, from 22 feet to 66 feet south of Irving St (44-foot zone removes Post IDs #120-13030, #120-13050, for 2 car share parking permit spaces–Z029 & Z116)
M. Fillmore Street, east side, from 9 feet to 29 feet north of Page Street (20-foot zone, for 1 car share parking permit space–G017)
N. Fillmore Street, west side, from Waller Street to 18 feet northerly (18-foot zone, for 1 car share parking permit space–G029)
O. Oak Street, north side, from Central Avenue to 20 feet easterly (20-foot zone, for 1 car share parking permit space–G138)
P. Belvedere Street, west side, from 22 feet to 42 feet south of Haight Street (20-foot zone removes Post ID #329-00030, for 1 car share parking permit space–G148)
Q. Mint Street, south side, 37.5 feet to 53 feet west of Mission Street (15.5-foot zone removes Post ID #567-00865 and #567-00866 along 2 perpendicular parking spaces, for 2 car share parking permit spaces–C025 & C126)
R. Pearl Street, east side, from Market Street to18 feet southerly (for 1 car share parking permit space–C034)
S. South Park Street, north side, from 11 feet to 29 feet west of 2nd Street (18-foot zone removes Post ID #671-00040 and #671-00060, second and third perpendicular metered spaces from 2nd, for 2 car share parking spaces–G062 & G063)
T. Monterey Boulevard, south side, from Detroit Street to 33 feet to 55 feet easterly (22-foot zone, for 1 car share parking permit space–C087)
U. Henry Street, south side, from Sanchez Street to 3 feet to 40 feet westerly (37-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permits–C003 & C109)
V. Elizabeth Street, south side, from Noe Street to 38 feet westerly (for 2 car share parking permit spaces–C056 & C139)
W. Belcher Street, west side, from 14th Street to 20 feet northerly (20-foot zone, for 1 car share parking permit space–G030)
X. Dolores Street, west side, from 30 feet to 52 feet south of 18th Street (22-foot zone, for 1 car share parking permit space–G079)
Y. Sanchez Street, east side, from 3 feet to 16 feet south of 16th Street (13-foot zone, first perpendicular parking space, for 1 car share parking permit space–G144)
Z. Andover Street, east side, from 22 feet to 62 feet south of Cortland Avenue (40-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permit spaces–Z071 & Z135)
AA. Palou Avenue, south side, 15 feet to 33 feet west of 3rd Street (18-foot zone, for 1 car share parking permit space–C094)
BB. Newhall Street, west side, from 22 feet to 62 feet north of Egbert Avenue (40-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permit spaces–Z018 & Z125)
CC. 20th Street, south side, from 72 feet to 113 feet west of 3rd Street (41-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permit spaces–Z069 & Z145)
DD. 20th Street, south side, from Minnesota Street to 18.5 feet westerly (18.5-foot zone, perpendicular parking space, for two car share parking permits–Z151 & Z152)

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