Final Input for Folsom, Howard Transformation

Protected intersections, two-way physically protected bike lanes, new community space — that’s the type of ground-up transformation that’s in store for the future of Folsom and Howard. Will you join us in pushing for that vision?

I’ll be there

Over the past year, we’ve seen both Folsom and Howard go through incredible changes. Now that we’ve won protected bike lanes on segments of both corridors in the near term, we need to grow that momentum to support the long-term streetscape project for both streets which will transform the way people bike and walk around SoMa.

In two weeks, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) will be hosting two final public open houses for the Folsom and Howard Streetscape Project to present their designs for the corridors. The vision calls for extended two-way bike lanes on both Folsom and Howard, protected intersections throughout, and concrete buffers and mid-block crossings for pedestrians.

We want this transformative project approved, and these meetings are the last opportunity to show resounding support before the designs are finalized. Show up, bring a friend and let the SFMTA know that you want this project approved and in the ground as soon as possible.

Folsom-Howard Open House #1
Saturday, Jan. 26 12:30 – 2:00 PM
Bessie Carmichael Elementary School at 375 Seventh St.

Folsom-Howard Open House #2
Wednesday, Jan. 30 6:30 – 8:00 PM
Bessie Carmichael Elementary School at 375 Seventh St.

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