Community-driven planning continues to improve your Page Street experience. Join the SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and our City’s Planning Department at an open house. See how far the plans have progressed and provide feedback to ensure a bike-friendly design.
This month the City is hosting a third round of public outreach for two community-based proposals that will improve the streets and sidewalks in the Lower Haight and Hayes Valley. Last year the City held two public open houses to kick-off planning for Page Street. Our members were there in full force and spoke directly to City staff about ways to prioritize biking on this popular route. The options for Page Street between Market and Webster included bulbouts with rain gardens and wider sidewalks for calming traffic, as well as an extension of the center running green bike lane to increase the visibility of people on bicycles.
District 5 Community Projects Open House #3
Wednesday, March 15, 6:00 – 7:30 pm
John Muir Elementary School
As the design process moves along, we want to make sure that your voice is heard before plans are finalized for this stretch of Page Street. Join us next week and tell the City that you want them to prioritize the safety of people walking and biking in their plans for Page Street beyond Webster from Market to Stanyan.