Construction on the Wiggle Neighborhood Green Corridor Project is beginning this summer! As you may remember, the project will include a traffic diverter at Scott and Fell, new curb ramps, pedestrian bulbouts, landscaping, raised crosswalks, and permeable paving. These improvements were driven by a community outreach process between 2013 and 2015.
Construction will occur between summer 2017 and winter 2017. Work will happen between 7am and 4pm Monday to Friday. Please note that weekend work is allowed, but not anticipated. Construction will begin at Fell and Scott, generally continue southeast along the Wiggle, and conclude at the intersection of Church and Duboce.
Please see the below factsheet for more details about the project and key construction contact information.
Haight Street Repaving and Muni Improvements
Utility replacement, bulb-out construction, and roadway repaving along Haight Street has been ongoing since April 2015 as part of the Haight and Hayes Repaving Project. It is expected that new bulbouts to improve service for the 7-Haight/Noriega will be constructed in 2017 and Haight Street is expected to be fully repaved in winter 2017-18. New and upgraded traffic signals will be installed in 2018 and 2019. For a detailed construction schedule, please visit that project’s website here: www.sfpublicworks.org/haight-h....
For more information, please visit the project website or contact the Public Information Officer, Alex Murillo at Alex.M.Murillo@sfdpw.org or 415-558-5296.
Here's the campaign page on SF Bike - www.sfbike.org/our-work/street...
The Lower Haight Public Realm Plan, initiated by the Lower Haight community, is working to develop a community-based vision that will complement and enhance the neighborhood’s public spaces. Two earlier workshops provided valuable feedback on the community’s priorities for public realm improvements on Page Street and the Haight Street commercial core. This workshop will introduce focused concepts for these two main corridors.
Coordinated with the Lower Haight Public Realm Plan, the Page Street Neighborway (www.sfmta.com/projects-plannin...) is a capital project to make Page Street (from Webster to Market) a more walkable, bikeable, and sustainable corridor in Hayes Valley. The SFMTA is seeking feedback on a draft proposal for sidewalk widening, new bike facilities, traffic calming, and circulation changes before scheduling a public hearing, presenting to the SFMTA Board of Directors for approval, and starting the project’s detailed design phase.
This is a drop-in open house format designed so you can learn more about these projects and ask questions of City staff in a face-to-face, friendly environment. Registration is not mandatory, but helpful to ensure we have enough materials and refreshments. Light refreshments, Spanish interpretation and child care will be provided at event.
Call for projects: The San Francisco Planning Department’s Groundplay program, in coordination with San Francisco Public Works and the San Francisco MTA, are requesting creative proposals to enhance and invigorate the public spaces in Lower Haight as part of the Lower Haight Public Realm Plan (LHPRP). The LHPRP is a community-initiated plan that aims to improve the functioning, aesthetics, safety and use of the public realm in Lower Haight. We are looking for exceptional and creative temporary concepts that will encourage interactivity, communication and inspiration within the Lower Haight neighborhood. The total budget for the Lower Haight tactical project is $45,000.
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Join us for a special Open House to learn more about three community-based efforts to improve the streets, sidewalks, and public places in the Western Addition, Lower Haight and Hayes Valley neighborhoods:
The Western Addition Community-Based Transportation Plan's overall goal is to improve the community's transportation options and enhance access to more employment and education opportunities. The Lower Haight Public Realm Plan is working to develop a community-based vision that will complement and enhance the neighborhood's public spaces. As part of the Octavia Boulevard Enhancement Project, the Page Street Green Connections Project is about making Page Street a more walkable, bikeable and sustainable corridor in the Hayes Valley neighborhood.
This drop-in open house format will allow for you to learn more about these projects and ask questions of city staff before providing feedback on progress made thus far, including conceptual draft designs for Haight, Page and corridors in the Western Addition.
This event is FREE and open to the public. Registration is not mandatory, but helpful to ensure we have enough materials and refreshments. Please register at D5OpenHouse.eventbrite.com
Light refreshments, Spanish interpretation and child care will be provided. John Muir Elementary School is ADA accessible. For language assistance or disability accommodations, please contact us by May 4, 2016 at 415-575-9157.
Join us for our first Open House to learn about the Lower Haight Public Realm Plan!
The Lower Haight Public Realm Plan aims to develop a community-based vision for the neighborhood’s streets, sidewalks and public places. This event is an opportunity to learn more about the project’s goals, to share your ideas and identify existing challenges and opportunities.
There will be a short presentation with welcoming remarks by Supervisor London Breed, followed by an open house format with boards and stations around the room to gather input from you!
Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Time: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Electrical Workers Union Hall, 55 Fillmore Street, between Hermann Street & Duboce Ave
Electrical Workers Union Hall is ADA accessible. For language assistance or disability accommodations, please contact us by November 16, 2015 at 415-575-9157.
Register: the event is FREE and open to the public. Registration is not mandatory, but helpful to ensure we have enough materials and refreshments. Please register at lowerhaightpublicrealm.eventbr...
Supervisor London Breed
San Francisco Planning staff
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) staff
San Francisco Public Works staff
Light refreshments will be provided.
Visit the San Francisco Planning website to learn more about the project and sign-up for email updates - www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx...
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