Designing Neighborhood Streets in the Richmond

Are you ready for an easy ride to your favorite Inner Richmond destinations? Join the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and your SF Bicycle Coalition to redesign Eighth Avenue and surrounding corridors to prioritize people biking and walking.

I’m There

Back in October the SFMTA collected over 150 comments from local residents about their experience using Eighth Avenue between Fulton and Lake Streets. They found that speeding vehicles and the visibility of people walking and biking were top issues. Now the SFMTA wants to transform the corridor to slow down vehicle traffic and make it easy for people walking and biking to get to the park, to school and to the many beloved destinations in the Richmond.

This redesign is part of a larger project to examine the north-south corridors throughout the neighborhood, including 23rd Avenue. With your input, the Richmond can become the model of a walkable and bikeable neighborhood. Join us at the open house to continue that vision for Eighth Avenue.

Inner Richmond Neighborway Open House
Saturday, March 11 — drop in from 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Richmond Branch Library Community Room

Become a member and you'll improve your commute and get discounts at shops across the city.