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The District 5 supervisor is lobbying the SFMTA to eliminate fare until COVID-19 blows over, “to restore ridership and put money into struggling San Franciscan’s pockets when they need it most.”
Sup. Dean Preston calls safety upgrades to the Fell and Divisadero Streets intersection that’s notorious to cyclists as one of the most dangerous in town.
Some feared the station, long established as one of the cheapest places to buy gas in San Francisco, had closed for good.
The project aims to increase walkability, decrease traffic and optimize stormwater management.
Intersections in Golden Gate Park, lower Nob Hill, the Wiggle and the edge of SoMa now have soft-hit safety posts.
New signals on the popular Wiggle route will allow cyclists to legally enter the Oak and Scott intersection before cars get a green light.
A wide variety of bike infrastructure options are being considered for a mile-long stretch of Page Street.
Public transit, biking, high-speed traffic and street beautification projects will all be up for discussion on Monday evening.
Frustrated by or fond of your neighborhood's residential parking permit program, or lack thereof? The SFMTA is hosting open houses next month to solicit feedback for how to update the aging system.
More greenery, lighting, and pedestrian/cyclist safety are neighbors' top priorities for the Lower Haight Public Realm Plan.
“It’s exactly what I said to the community,” SFPD's Captain Sanford said. “We could resume enforcement at any time."
Supervisors will review the merits of the Bike Yield Law in a key meeting this coming Monday. It would request that SFPD treat cyclists who yield at stop signs as the lowest enforcement priority.