Time to Fix 17th & Church

Historic rails are a signature of San Francisco’s urban landscape, but when it comes to biking, they can prove to be a tricky obstacle.

Where 17th Street meets Church Street, several rail lines come together, forming a complicated intersection that is difficult to navigate for people biking between the Mission and the Castro. This location has a history of crashes, and the City is now putting their attention here to find a solution, focusing on the section between Church and Sanchez Streets.

SFMTA Open House for 17th & Church
Wednesday, Feb. 22 from 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Mission Police Station, 630 Valencia St.

Recognizing a need to explore ways to improve this spot, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is looking to neighbors and people regularly biking here for your input. The SFMTA has studied a variety of potential changes, ranging from a change in the bike route to adding a protected bike lane.

Do you bike here regularly and want a better way to navigate the rails? Come to this community meeting led by the SFMTA and see which options you prefer.


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