Why Road Diets Suck

Because they kill businesses and anger customers, who stay home instead of going out after battling their way through impossible traffic due to impossible road diets and nonsensical traffic directives. Write your officials to let them know what they can do with their road diets. Local contacts and state and federal contacts.

22 Fillmore update

Shortcuts By Steven J. Moss : potreroview – excerpt

Muni Moving
: San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will not be altering the 22 Fillmore route, as previously reported in Short Cuts. However, Muni will launch a new bus line, the 55 16th Street, to provide connections along 16th Street between the 16th Street Bay Area Rapid Transit station and Mission Bay, in part to serve the new University of California, San Francisco Benioff Children’s Hospital. The new 55 line will serve all 22 Fillmore bus stops on 16th Street between Mission and Vermont streets, with additional stops on 16th Street at Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Missouri, and Fourth streets. The line will operate seven days a week from approximately 6 a.m. to midnight, with a 15 minute weekday daytime frequency… (more)

That is what they are saying. Latest plans were online but they appear to have disappeared. If you care about the details, go to the Open House Wednesday, January 14, 6-7:30 PM at Marshall Elementary School 1575 15th Street. If you Can’t make it  Take the project survey and voice your opinions.

 

RELATED:
Wednesday, January 14, 6-7:30 PM
22 Fillmore Marshall Elementary School 1575 15th Street, San Francisco
If you Can’t make it? Take our project survey! Join SFMTA to learn more, engage with SFMTA staff, ask questions, and share your thoughts! Your feedback is important as we work together to build a strong project for the community. This looks like just a presentation with no feedback. The feedback will have to be comments to the SFMTA Board prior to the next meeting on January 20, where they plan to approve the plan. Copy the Supervisors. (contact SF officials)

 

 

SF Affirms Transit-First Policy, Angering Drivers

planetizen.com – excerpt

Rachel Gordon reports on San Francisco’s “aggressive plan to install thousands more parking meters and to expand the hours they operate,” which has drivers fuming.
By targeting its parking policies “to encourage travel by public transit and sustainable modes of transportation,” as outlined in a new San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency document mapping out the city’s parking management strategy, planners and officials are upholding the city’s transit-first policy that has been in place for nearly four decades and reaffirmed by voters in 1999, 2007 and 2010. But this hasn’t stopped the city’s automobile users from speaking out. According to Gordon, “Some drivers in the city feel unfairly targeted and protective of the dwindling perks they have left.”…

The parking management strategy is scheduled to be considered by the Transportation Agency’s governing board on Sept. 18.

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