Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Traffic Calming

[Corrected] San Jose Ave Bike Traffic Jumps; More Traffic Calming Goes In

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Update 6/22: The SFMTA has retracted its report of a 651 percent increase in bike traffic on northbound San Jose Avenue in morning peak hours, which was featured in an earlier version of this article. Evening bike traffic increased by 62 percent on northbound San Jose Avenue after a traffic lane was removed and the bike lane […]

Fisherman’s Wharf Parking-Free Street Revamp Boosts Sales, Will Expand

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Two years after the city gave Fisherman’s Wharf a people-friendly redesign on two blocks of Jefferson Street, business is booming. Despite merchants’ fears that removing all car parking on the blocks would hurt their sales, they now say it had the opposite effect. The second phase of the project, which will bring a similar treatment […]

Wiggle Safety Upgrades Delayed Over Turn Bans to Reduce Thru Traffic

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Improvements that would make the Wiggle calmer and safer have been delayed after continued driver protests against three left turn bans on Divisadero Street proposed as part of the project. Approval of the project was removed from the SFMTA Board of Directors’ Tuesday agenda and postponed until June. Hoodline reported that some members of the Lower […]