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Townsend Street Being Modified as Traffic-Related Deaths Rise in San Francisco

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Townsend Street from Third to Eighth streets – an area encompassing the Fourth Street Caltrain depot – is being significantly renovated to improve safety and transit speed, with the installation of Muni bus loading zones, protected bikeways, and an 1,000-foot-long raised sidewalk where no safe footpath had previously existed.  The Townsend Street Corridor Improvement Project…

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Meters Coming to 18th Street Commercial Strip

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The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) will install parking meters along both sides of 18th Street between Connecticut and Texas streets by the end of the year. The meters will operate from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. with four-hour time limits, charging $1.50 for sixty minutes.   Residents and businesses located along the 18th Street business…

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Better Bus Service, Fewer Parking Spots, Coming to Potrero Hill

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The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency (SFMTA) will alter its 22 Fillmore route and field the 55 Dogpatch next year, triggering significant reductions in parking access on Potrero Hill.  More than a dozen spaces will be eliminated to make room for new bus stops and provide adequate turning areas at corners.   As a result…

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Efforts Continue to Improve Mission Bay Mobility in the Face of New Demands

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More than 18,000 fans will attend each of ten concerts taking place in September at Chase Center, the gleaming new sports and entertainment complex located near the Bay’s edge. Given limited parking, City officials hope that patrons streaming in from around the San Francisco Bay Area will mostly rely on public transportation to get to…

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