SFMTA Open House: Lombard Street Improvements

From SFMTA:

Join us at our second open house to learn about proposed improvements to Lombard Street!

The city looks forward to making great change along Lombard Street, the gateway to San Francisco. As a first step, safety improvements along with utility upgrades are being coordinated with the Caltrans repaving project to ensure residents and visitors are safe to enjoy the area today and tomorrow. Key improvements include:

  • Safety treatments for people walking, driving, biking and taking transit
  • Utility upgrades and road resurfacing
  • Sidewalk beautification
  • Travel time savings for drivers and transit

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