The wait for Valencia improvements is almost over for the 3000-plus people who bike daily on this major north-south bike route in the city. On Nov. 14, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) will preview the designs for near-term protected bike lanes from Market to 15th streets. Join us at the second public workshop to give your feedback.
SFMTA Valencia Open House
Wednesday, Nov. 14 at 5:30 PM
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral at 245 Valencia St.
Over the summer, more than 200 people had the opportunity to provide feedback on three proposed designs by the SFMTA team, which included people who bike and walk here, community stakeholders and local residents. The pace of this project accelerated when Mayor London Breed her commitment to fast-track fixing high-injury corridors like Valencia Street, and designs from Market to 15th streets are ready for public preview.
We’re happy to see this vision going forward, and yet we can’t lose sight of the long-term improvements. Help us hold the city accountable for positive changes on this busy road and continue to support more protection on the entire corridor. Our members and community have waited for too long for safe passage through the Mission. We need your support to make this project a reality.