A big win and a well-attended open house keeps Page Street rolling on forward.
Our members packed the gymnasium at John Muir Elementary School last week to see the new people-friendly proposals for the corridor at a City-led open house. Then on Tuesday, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency Board approved the one-block extension of the center-running green bike lane earlier thanks to support from our members. Continue the momentum and help us win the best possible design for Page Street by joining our mailing list.
At the open house last week, the SFMTA presented proposals for a Page Street “neighborway” that put people biking and walking first. This new “neighborways” toolkit aims to slow down traffic and calm residential streets using best practices in street design. People were particularly excited by the proposed raised intersection where Buchanan meets Page to increase the visibility of people walking and biking.
Attendees used sticky notes to show support for diverting vehicle traffic at Webster. Numerous messages expressed the desire to maintain the neighborhood feel of the street by discouraging through traffic to the freeway.
Stay updated on next steps for Page Street and help us keep the momentum to put people first all the way from Market to Stanyan.