SFMTA Board Meeting: Muni 28-19th Avenue Stop Consolidation, Bulb-Outs

Agenda

Of note:

11. Approving the installation of traffic and parking modifications along the 28 19th Avenue Rapid Muni transit corridor that are included in the Muni Forward Service-Related Capital Improvements and Travel Time Reduction Proposals and support the SFMTA’s Vision Zero program.

  • Increasing bus stop spacing from one block to two blocks.

  • Reducing number of Rapid service stops

  • Optimizing bus stop locations at five intersections

  • Adding transit bulbs at 14 intersections

  • Adding pedestrian bulbs at 11 intersections

  • Shortening one left-turn lane on northbound 19th Avenue at Winston Drive

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