SFMTA Hearing: Polk Street Redesign and More

Agenda

Of note:

  • Polk Street redesign, with bike lanes (protected and unprotected), bulb-outs, loading zones,
  • Parking-protected bike lane on westbound 13th Street, from 11th Street/Bryant Street/Division Street to Folsom Street
  • Bulb-outs on Irving Street between 19th and 25th Avenues
  • Bulb-outs on Holloway Avenue
  • Blue handicap parking spaces

Comments can be made in person or by email at sustainable.streets@sfmta.com

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