Opening up roadways for designated pedestrian and bicycle access? Tell me more!
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and Recreation and Parks Department held an open house last week to present different ideas for improving the top of Twin Peaks. We’re excited to share with you their proposals for establishing pedestrian access and better biking at this beautiful location. Check it out:
Of the few ideas proposed, the “Figure 3” design stood out as the most popular, which would dedicate the eastern half only to bicycles and pedestrians while the western half would be converted to a two-way street for vehicles.
This design is the simplest and ensures that people who are biking, hiking, running and enjoying the gorgeous views don’t have to mix with cars, while still allowing for vehicle access here. See the project details and other ideas here.
There will be a final open house scheduled for this fall, but before then, the City is looking for your feedback to inform the final proposal. Take a moment to fill out their survey, which will be open until July 10.
We’re excited that the City wants to move quickly along to pilot this project as early as next year, so now is the time to share your thoughts!