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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.
"It’s happening," District 5 Supervisor Dean Preston wrote on Twitter.
With the bike lane delayed, advocates say the Panhandle path is "crowded and unsafe," and makes social distancing impossible.
The new westbound bike lane on Fell is intended to take pressure off the Panhandle's crowded mixed-use path.
The annual pot holiday will hit Golden Gate Park and the Haight on a Saturday this year, causing larger crowds. Here's what you need to know.
Now 10 years from conception to execution, today's ceremony caps months of extensive streetscaping and construction.
The high-traffic junction at Oak and Shrader has new curbs and a smooth surface.
The transit agency hopes to eliminate more than 300 linear feet of parking in NoPa.
The work will wrap up by the end of next week.
A patch job will smooth over the corridor's worst potholes.
Here's the latest update on the idea to remove a lane of traffic and install bike lanes on Oak and Fell.
Tomorrow, the SFMTA will hold a community open house to prepare locals for the 18-month renovation, which begins in just a few weeks.
Public transit, biking, high-speed traffic and street beautification projects will all be up for discussion on Monday evening.