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Buses, Bikes, Streetcars
Tens of millions of dollars were secured from the state for an Ingleside housing development and a neighborhood-serving bus line.
Small business owners want the $34 million transportation improvement project to deliver as many fixes as possible.
The public has until Sept. 8 to provide feedback on the extensive transit and safety project plans.
The regional transportation agency will single-track for three Sundays while crews remove trees.
The new passenger loading and redesigned community areas may be completed as soon as the end of August.
Services changes will be made to the 28R 19th Avenue Rapid and 29 Sunset bus lines starting Aug. 19.
San Francisco's transportation agency is giving presentations and collecting feedback on its $34 million project proposal.
An estimated $48.3 million of street and transit projects are being pushed forward.
The $300K report recommends five projects to improve several modes of travel.
The Frida Kahlo Way Quick-Build Project will upgrade crosswalks, install a two-way protected bikeway and more.
A tight intersection with a steep incline that made visibility an issue has been fixed after residents campaigned for a solution.