Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Jane Kim

Neighbors Celebrate the New “McCoppin Hub,” Dog and Skate Park

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Neighbors near McCoppin Street recently celebrated the completion of the McCoppin Hub, a plaza created from a street stub that sits against the Central Freeway ramp towards Market Street. The plaza, a nearby dog run, and skate park have been in the works for years as a package of newly depaved public spaces planned after the freeway’s partial […]

Imagine No Deaths: Supes, Safe Streets Advocates Call for “Vision Zero”

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A coalition of safe streets advocates, community organizations, and city supervisors have launched a campaign for San Francisco to join leading cities in adopting a “Vision Zero” goal — an end to traffic deaths on city streets within ten years. “We need a culture shift in San Francisco, and it has to start from the […]

SFMTA Unveils 6th St. Proposal With Road Diet, Bike Lanes, Wider Sidewalks

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SFMTA unveiled a proposal last week to redesign northern Sixth Street by trimming traffic lanes from four to two, widening sidewalks, and adding unprotected, green-painted bike lanes. Intersections on the stretch between Market and Howard Streets could also get features like raised crosswalks, speed tables (like speed bumps, but wider), and textured pavement to tame driving speeds. […]