Muni Open House on 14-Mission Upgrades

From SFMTA:

Want a more frequent and reliable 14/14L Mission? Join us at an open house to learn more!

14 Mission Rapid Project Open House
April 21 from 6-7:30pm
Mission Cultural Center, 2868 Mission Street

The 14 Mission Rapid Project includes transit priority and pedestrian safety proposals along Mission Street that will make it safer for people walking, and increase the frequency and reliability of service. Drop by any time during the open house to learn more about the proposals.

At our April open house we’ll be gathering input on the top two design options for transit-only lanes on Mission St:
  • Option A: Widen lanes, add a southbound transit-only lane, and remove one of two northbound lanes, maintaining most parking
  • Option B: Widen lanes, add transit-only lanes in both directions, remove parking on one side of the street between Division and Cesar Chavez streets
We’ll present the final project proposal at our last open house in May, including the recommended transit-only lane option. Our final open house is scheduled for May 30 from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Marshall Elementary, 1575 15th St.
If you are unable to attend, you can learn more about the project and take our project survey online.

 

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