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The current schedule reflects "the number of part time operators we wish we had", said SFMTA's Julie Kirschbaum.
A series of city hearings to approve the long-awaited Better Market Street plan begins today, with new "quick-build" provisions that could make parts of Market Street car free by next year.
The city is hosting an open house to share its plans for totally revamping 2.2 miles of Market Street, including closing it to private cars.
The catch: replacing them all will take seven years.
The ban will include Uber and Lyft vehicles.
SFMTA's Board of Directors will vote this afternoon on three major projects designed to improve pedestrian safety in the Tenderloin and SoMa.
A pedestrian is killed on Sixth Street roughly every 16 days, on average. A new survey aims to help finalize improvements for pedestrian safety.
San Francisco has 19 sister cities that span Assisi to Zurich.
Design reviews are scheduled to conclude in summer 2020.
Thanks to contracting delays, a five-year plan is 18 months behind schedule.
Other improvements in the area include high-visibility crosswalks and painted safety zones.
Public Works and SFMTA are hosting two meetings to gather feedback on designs for long-planned improvements.
8th Street's protected bike lane will reach from Market to Townsend Street under plans approved yesterday by SFMTA.