SFMTA Projects

We are having trouble keeping up with all the street projects SFMTA is planning to unload on us. They keep moving the sites. Maybe complain to your supervisor that it is impossible to get any information about what is going on in our neighborhoods.

TEP is now called Muni Forward: http://www.sfmta.com/node/97906

Project Updates are now listed under DPW: http://sfdpw.org/index.aspx?page=1105

Current Projects: Learn more about active resurfacing projects by visiting Road Construction in Your Neigborhood

24th Street Urban Village – Noe Valley
Balboa Streetscape Improvement Project
Bartlett Streetscape Improvement Project
Bayview Transportation Improvement Project
Better Market Street Project
Broadway Chinatown Streetscape Improvement Project
Church and Duboce Streetscape Improvement Project
Dolores Street Improvement Project
Folsom Streetscape Improvement Project
Gough Street Improvement Project
Highland Avenue Bridge Project
Irving Streetscape Improvements Project
Kearny Streetscape Improvement Project
Mansell Streetscape Improvements Project
Marina Bay Trail Planning
Marina Green Bicycle Trail Improvement Project
Masonic Avenue Streetscape Improvements Project
McAllister Street Improvement Project
Mid-Market — SoMa Alleyways Phase 2
Ocean Avenue Corridor Design Project
Palou Streetscape Improvement Project
Point Lobos Streetscape Improvement Project
Potrero Streetscape Improvements
Road Repaving & Street Safety Bond
Second Street Streetscape Improvement Project
Sloat Pedestrian Safety Improvement Project
Taraval Streetscape Improvement Project
Telegraph Rock Slope Improvements
West Portal Improvement Project




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  4. All the links don’t work. The Department of Public Works has moved them again. This is the way the city does business. It says it does public outreach, but what it really focuses on is a lack of information and deceiving the public. I have seen meeting notices disappear and emails sent out same day for meetings or important meetings held early in the morning when people have to work. The SFMTA has an agenda that does not include listening to the communities it is supposed to serve.


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