Slow Streets on Hearst moves ahead, slowly

The first phase of public outreach regarding the proposal to include Hearst Avenue (in the Outer Mission neighborhood of Sunnyside) in the SFMTA Slow Streets program has now closed. The response was largely positive. Read full results of the outreach process here.

The schedule for implementation is:

Internal review with city partner agenciesDecember 2020 – January 2021
SFMTA Board of Directors approvalFebruary 16, 2021
Additional community outreachLate February 2021
Implementation of Phase 4Beginning March 2021

A Crosswalk at Judson and Foerster, Finally

After years of requests from local residents for a marked crosswalk at the intersection of Judson Avenue and Foerster Street–where cars routinely speed–one has finally been installed. The crosswalk was planned as a result of D7 Participatory Budget proposal for Judson Avenue improvements, which included daylighting at this intersection. The last year has also seen sewer work, ADA ramps, and repaving along Judson.

New crosswalk at Judson and Foerster, Dec 2020. Photo: Sunnyside Neighborhood Association
New crosswalk at Judson and Foerster, Dec 2020. Photo: Sunnyside Neighborhood Association
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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
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Aug 3: SNA Quarterly Meeting

You are invited: the next quarterly meeting of the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association is Monday August 3rd, 2020, 6:30-8:00 PM. This meeting will be held online. A link to the meeting can be found below. If you have questions or issues about connecting, email info@SunnysideAssociation.org .  Agenda below.

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No petition required now: Traffic Calming for your block

New! Take advantage of Covid-19-related changes to the SFMTA traffic calming program to get speed humps on your block without the usual petition and signature requirements.


SFMTA TRAFFIC CALMING PROGRAM

UPDATE FOR APPLICANTS: Applications for the Fiscal Year 2020/2021 Traffic Calming Program are due by June 30, 2020.

Due to the COVID-19 emergency, the SFMTA is waiving the petition/signature requirement for the remainder of this application period. Please submit your completed Traffic Calming Request Form by the deadline and remember a petition is not required for applications submitted from May 4, 2020 through June 30, 2020. All applications for the FY2020/2021 Traffic Calming Program Cycle, including those submitted without a petition as provided above, will follow the same standard evaluation process.

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