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 outreach@fordgobike.com 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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SFMTA asks for your input to improve Muni, transit, streets

From SFMTA: Some opportunities for your feedback, as SF Municipal Transportation Agency plans its budget for 2019-2020. 
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The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency manages the city’s surface transportation system, including Muni, parking and traffic, bicycling, walking and taxis.  Every day, over one million people rely on us to ensure safe and reliable mobility throughout the city.

As we develop our Operating and Capital Budgets for Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020, please join us and make sure that your voice is heard at a series of public meetings.  This is your opportunity to learn more about what we do and provide feedback on a variety of programs and projects.

Public In-Person Meetings Co-hosted with Senior Disability Action (SDA)

Friday, March 02, 1:00 – 4:00 PM

SF Public Library Main Branch, Latino Room at Lower Level, 100 Larkin Street

Online Budget Townhall Meeting

Wednesday, March 07, 6:00 – 7:00 PM

Stream live at sfmta.com/budget

Board of Directors Meetings

Tuesday, March 06, 1:00 PM

Tuesday, March 20, 1:00 PM

City Hall, Room 400, 1 Carlton B. Goodlett Place

For free interpretation services, submit your request 48 hours in advance to 415.701.4387.

How We Will Use Your Feedback

All incoming public feedback via the live-stream meeting, public meetings and emails will be sorted and analyzed.  The information will be incorporated into the operating and capital budget documents and transmitted to the SFMTA Board as required by the City Charter.  The Board then reviews the proposed operating and capital budget in public hearings on March 6 and March 20.  The budget is formally adopted by the vote on SFMTA Board of Directors on April 3 or April 17.  Any changes to the proposed budget, as considered and approved by the Board during budget hearings, are included in the Approved Budget document.

If you are unable to attend the meetings, you can email questions or comments tosfmtabudget@sfmta.com or contact 311.

Contact Information

U.S. Mail: SFMTA Board of Directors, One South Van Ness Avenue, 7th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103

Feb 12: Balboa Reservoir community meeting

The next meeting of the Balboa Reservoir Community Advisory Committee is Monday Feb 12, at City Hall, South Light Court, 6-8pm. The agenda is here. The meeting focus is Fiscal Feasibility. More about the meeting and the CAC here.  All community members are welcome at the meetings.  Socketsite recently published an item on the subject of this meeting here.

The Planning Dept has put out two docs relevant to Monday’s meeting (PDFs):

Review the presentation from the January meeting here. More about the Balboa Reservoir Project here.

Slide from AvalonBay/BRIDGE presentation of their proposal for the Balboa Reservoir site.

Help improve Muni — SFMTA Survey in progress


From SFMTA: As Muni service continues to improve in 2018, the agency is launching new surveys reaching riders, students and people with disabilities as a part of the Muni Service Equity Strategy. Since you are part of SFMTA’s valued stakeholders, we are asking for your participation to help us improve transit service performance in the Bayview, Chinatown, Excelsior, Ingleside, Mission, Oceanview, South of Market, Tenderloin, Visitacion Valley, and Western Addition neighborhoods. Also, because your organization works with riders in these areas, we would appreciate your assistance in sharing the most relevant survey links with your networks at your earliest opportunity. The deadline to complete the survey is Friday, February 2.

General Customer Survey
English: www.sfmta.com/equity-english
Chinese: www.sfmta.com/equity-chinese
Spanish: www.sfmta.com/equity-spanish
Tagalog: www.sfmta.com/equity-tagalog
Vietnamese: www.sfmta.com/equity-vietnamese

Seniors and People with Disabilities Customer Survey    
English: www.sfmta.com/equity-spd
Chinese: www.sfmta.com/equity-spd-chinese 
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