We’re excited that the SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) has heard from you and neighborhood groups that Page Street could be a better option to connect Hayes Valley, the Haight and beyond, to Market Street. In particular, we’re giving extra attention to the downhill portion on Page Street that approaches Octavia Boulevard.
Want to get involved? The SFMTA is hosting a walking tour next Tuesday, September 22 in the morning to share their proposals for bike improvements. Make sure to bring your bike so that we can bike down Page Street after the walkthrough. If you can’t make it, stay up to date with more information on the SFMTA website and join their mailing list for updates.
SFMTA Page Street Walkthrough
Tuesday, September 22 from 8:30-9:30AM
Meet at the parklet at Page St. & Octavia Blvd.
When it comes to biking, we love having options, especially for bike routes that are comfortable and convenient to ride. We also want streets that make sense, because being predictable means being safe, whether you’re walking, biking, driving or taking transit.
The Page Street project comes out of a neighborhood-driven desire for calmer traffic in Hayes Valley. We’ve also heard loud and clear from our members that we should be able to bike safely and predictably here without the threat of getting ticketed just for avoiding drivers who are turning right. Your SF Bicycle Coalition hears you and supports a Page Street that makes sense for the hundreds who bike here every day.
Not a member? Join or renew today to be a part of advocacy efforts like this and more. Are you already a member or just want to stay in the loop on this project? Join our Page Street mailing list to receive updates for this project as well as sign up for our weekly e-newsletter.