SFMTA Open House: San Bruno Ave Improvements

From SFMTA:

Join us to discuss safety, transit and parking improvements for San Bruno Ave! 

The San Bruno Ave Multimodal Improvement Project includes pedestrian safety, transit priority and parking management proposals that will make the street safer for people walking, increase the reliability of Muni, and address parking availability in the neighborhood. Thanks to those who attended our workshops in April and August! With your input we’ve pulled together a suite of proposals to improve San Bruno Ave, including:

  • Stop consolidation, transit priority signals and turn pockets to reduce delay and improve Muni reliability
  • Improved parking management to increase parking availability
  • Rapid flashing beacons to improve visibility of people crossing streets
  • Transit bulbs to make it easier and quicker to board the bus

Join staff at any time during the open house to ask questions and share your thoughts on proposed improvements.

Can’t make it? Take our project survey online.

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