SFMTA Proposes New Car Restrictions, Extended Bus Lanes on Lower Market

by : sf.streetsblog – excerpt

Last week, the SFMTA presented its proposal to ban private auto drivers from turning onto Market Street, between Third and Eighth Streets. The move would be complemented with extended transit-only lanes, plus a new system of wayfinding signs aimed at keeping drivers off of Market.

The new plans, named “Safer Market Street,” would be implemented over nearly a year, beginning next spring, and would represent a major step towards a car-free lower Market – a longtime goal of many livable streets advocates, and some city officials (more)

Good reason to vote No on A and B and Yes on L. If you don’t like it vote against funding it. Stop this insanity before it gets any more out of hand.

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