The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition wants to make sure your voice is heard in some upcoming discussions for making Fell and Oak Streets between Scott and Baker Street safer for you, your family, and your neighbors and the tens of thousands of San Franciscans who pass through this area daily. The SFMTA is acting on the long history of neighbors’ desires to improve biking on these critical three blocks with proposals for separated bikeways on Fell and Oak Streets between Scott and Baker Street. Read more about the 17-year history to improve this area.
The SFMTA will be soliciting initial feedback on conceptual design ideas for these three blocks and gathering questions, ideas, and concerns. There will be many opportunities to chime in, but your voice at the beginning is important. Join your neighbors at one of these meetings next week:
Alamo Square Neighborhood Association Meeting
Monday, July 25, 7-9pm, Chateau Tivoli, 1057 Steiner Street (at McAllister Street)
North of Panhandle Neighborhood Association Meeting
Tuesday, July 26, 7-9pm, Saint Cyprians Church, 2097 Turk Street (at Lyon Street)
**UPDATED: Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association Meeting
Thursday, July 28, 7-8:30pm, Korean American Community Center, 745 Buchanan Street (at Grove)
**UPDATED: The Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association will be holding their regularly scheduled meeting, but will not be discussing the Fell and Oak Street Separated Bikeway project.
These three blocks of Fell and Oak Street represent a crucial link in getting everyone from 8 years old to 80 years old biking across to work, school, shop, and play. See connectingthecity.org for our latest video and come speak up these long-awaited improvements.
Email Neal@sfbike.org if you would like to be on our direct email list for updates to separated bikeways on Fell and Oak Streets.