SFMTA: Sunnyside bike-share stations

On May 17, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency meeting will consider for approval two Ford GoBike stations for Sunnyside, at Gennessee at Monterey and on Judson near Gennessee (marked on map with yellow spots). Additional stations to complete the network have yet to find locations.

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View whole FordGoBike expansion map here. 

 

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The Judson station will take four parking places. The Gennessee station will not take any parking places, just a portion of a very wide sidewalk.

To complete the station network locally, two additional stations are needed for the neighborhood, in the area of eastern Sunnyside where there are no markers on the map above–between the two proposed stations and the already installed station at Glen Park BART. Any station in these areas will remove three parking spaces.

Map showing ranges for two additional stations to complete the Ford GoBike network in Sunnyside. Shown at SNA Quarterly Meeting, May 6th.

Map showing ranges for two additional stations to complete the Ford GoBike network in Sunnyside. Shown at SNA Quarterly Meeting, May 6th. Click for larger version.

At the SNA Quarterly Meeting on Monday May 6th, Justin Hu-Nguyen, Lyft/FordGoBike Community Affairs Coordinator, presented this map, which show the ranges for two additional stations. The network is more effective with a five-minute walk between stations.

Lyft/Ford GoBike needs neighborhood support to propose these stations and get them established. Sunnyside residents: Would you like to see one of these additional stations near your home? Do you have concerns or objections? Justin has been very responsive to local residents reaching out to him with either support or objections. Email Justin Hu-Nguyen at jnguyen@lyft.com .

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