Have your say: Slow Streets in Sunnyside

[UPDATE Dec 19, 2020: Survey closed. See the results of the survey here.]

SFMTA’s Slow Streets program aims to make more socially distanced, covid-safe outdoor space available in neighborhoods, and has been implemented in many other areas of the city. The program has yet to come to a street in Sunnyside, Ingleside, or any other south-central district. For the next phase of the program, Sunnyside’s Hearst Avenue was chosen. Hearst is already the bicycle route through the neighborhood, which coordinates with the Slow Streets program aim of encouraging non-car use of the street.

Right now, SFMTA is taking your feedback about Hearst Ave. as a choice for the program. To learn more about what this would mean for the neighborhood and to give your feedback via a short survey, visit this page: https://www.sfmta.com/projects/slow-streets-outer-mission

Slow Streets on Lake Street. Photo: SFMTA

One thought on “Have your say: Slow Streets in Sunnyside

  1. Pingback: Slow Streets on Hearst moves ahead, slowly – Sunnyside Neighborhood Association

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