ConnectSF Workshops: Help Improve Our Transit Future

From ConnectSF, ‘a multi-agency collaborative process to build an effective, equitable, and sustainable transportation system for San Francisco’s future.’ More here.

What should transportation in San Francisco look like in 30 years?

Live, work, or spend time in San Francisco? Join San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (Muni), San Francisco Planning, and San Francisco County Transportation Authority at one of their upcoming hands-on ConnectSF public workshops. Your input will be critical in helping the City identify project and policy ideas as we look to build a transportation system that will best serve San Francisco in the future.

Workshop 1:
Saturday, February 8 from 2-4PM | Park Branch Library Community Room, 1833 Page Street, San Francisco (RSVP here!)

Workshop 2:
Thursday, February 13 from 6-8PM | Mission Cultural Center, 2868 Mission Street, San Francisco (RSVP here!)

Both workshops will cover the same topics. Continue reading “ConnectSF Workshops: Help Improve Our Transit Future”

New bike-share stations proposed for Frida Kahlo Way

On December 6th, SFMTA will consider three new Bay Wheels bike-share stations that are near (but not in) Sunnyside, two on Frida Kahlo Way to serve City College and the coming Balboa Reservoir housing development and one on San Jose Avenue at Santa Rosa. Full agenda here.

UPDATE Dec 2019: The San Jose Ave station was rejected due to conflicts with Muni. The two CCSF stations were accepted.


Map showing two proposed City College Bay Wheels bike share stations o Frida Kahlo Way. Meeting December 6th 2019. Courtesy Bay Wheels.
Map showing two proposed City College Bay Wheels bike share stations o Frida Kahlo Way. Meeting December 6th 2019. Blue teardrop indicates the station already installed on Judson. Courtesy Bay Wheels.

Balboa Reservoir Environmental Impact Report now available for public comment

Just published, the draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) for the Balboa Reservoir housing project. Public comment may be submitted until September 23. The SF Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on the review on September 12 at 1:00 PM (Room 400, City Hall).

Draft SEIR is available here: There are 13 PDFs with all the appendices, but the second item on the list is the main report, 486 pages (46MB).

Hard copies and CDs may be obtained from the San Francisco Planning Dept Information Counter, 1660 Mission Street, First Floor, San Francisco.

Hard copies and CDs may also be obtained by contacting:
Jeanie Poling, Senior Environmental Planner, SF Planning Dept

Public comment may submitted:

  • By mail (address below)
  • By email to
  • In person (on paper) at the public hearing before the Planning Commission on Sept 12.
  • In person (by oral comments) at the Planning Commission hearing Sept 12. Check agenda of Commission meeting to see when item is being heard here (after Sept 6).

Address for mailed comments:
Jeanie Poling
Senior Planner, San Francisco Planning Department
1650 Mission Street, Suite 400
San Francisco CA 94103
(415) 575-9072

Following the public comment period, Planning Department staff will review the comments and prepare a responses to comments document. The draft SEIR and the responses to comments document will be the final SEIR. [Anticipated in Spring 2020.] 

To read more about the framework of what the EIR addresses regarding environmental effects, see this document

Or this slide presentation:

Balboa Reservoir housing project news

From SF Planning Department. NOTE: Next Monday’s SNA Quarterly Meeting will focus on the Balboa Reservoir project. 7-8:30pm (415 Edna Street) including discussion of possible parking permit program.

1. Balboa Reservoir Project Draft Environmental Impact Report

The Balboa Reservoir Project draft subsequent environmental impact report (SEIR) is anticipated to be released on Wednesday, August 7th. Upon publication it will be available for public review and comment on the San Francisco Planning Department’s website at .

A public hearing to receive oral comments will be held at the Planning Commission on Thursday, September 12th. Written public comments on the draft SEIR will be accepted from August 8th to September 23rd at 5 p.m. Written comments may be submitted at any time during this comment period.

Written comments should be addressed to Jeanie Poling, Senior Planner, San Francisco Planning Department, 1650 Mission Street, Suite 400, San Francisco, CA 94103, or emailed to Comments received at the public hearing and in writing will be responded to in a Responses to Comment (RTC) document, which will become part of the final SEIR.

2. Balboa Reservoir CAC Meeting

The next Balboa Reservoir Community Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting will be held on Monday, September 30th at 6:00 pm at the City College Multi-Use Building, Room 140.

The meeting agenda will be posted online to the CAC website in advance of the meeting: Please note that public comments received at the CAC meeting will not be included or responded to in the RTC document as part of the final SEIR.

More information about the Balboa Reservoir project at the tab at the top of this page. 

Have Your Say: Bike share station at Judson and Gennessee

FordGoBike would like feedback from Sunnyside residents potentially impacted by the bike share station planned for Judson Avenue near Gennessee Street. Feedback deadline is Friday Dec 14, 2018.

From the FordGoBike Company:

Proposed Bike Share Station: Feedback Requested Judson at Gennessee

Photo of proposed location on Judson Ave provided by FordGoBike company.

A new bike share station has been proposed on Judson at Gennessee. We are reaching out to gather feedback in order to finalize station locations.

Please email us at to tell us your thoughts about this proposed station.

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New map released for proposed bike share stations in Sunnyside

Motivate, the company implementing Ford GoBike bike share expansion in San Francisco released a new map of the next phase of expansion. View map here [regularly updated].

Courtesy Glen Park Association, which was included in an earlier phase of rollout, here are two documents from SFMTA that detail specifications about placement of stations, on and off street.

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Screenshot from new bike share map here. 

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