This is the City’s message for Transportation 2030, the strategic infrastructure investment program proposed for the November 2014 ballot. These ballot measures would bring critical funding to improve the conditions of our roads and upgrade where needed so that biking, walking and transit are comfortable and convenient options for you. If you’re looking to get around on bike, Transportation 2030 is also proposing 65 miles of bikeways to improve the existing bicycle network.
District 4 Open House with Supervisor Katy Tang
Thursday, June 5 from 6-7:30PM
St. Stephen Church at 475 Eucalyptus Drive
Supervisors Katy Tang and Norman Yee will be jointly holding an open house for Districts 4 and 7 along with representatives from City agencies to present information on Transportation 2030. There will be time to ask questions and give your feedback on what you think. We encourage you to attend and speak up on how this funding is needed to improve Golden Gate Park entrances along Lincoln Way, repave streets like Kirkham Street and continue to build out the bicycle network.
In addition, the Ocean Beach Master Plan is complete after two years of extensive outreach and planning. SPUR recently hosted an open house to present their findings and move forwards towards implementing the plan. In particular, the transportation study is going further in depth to look at circulation and propose designs that would significantly improve biking and walking connections along Great Highway. Read more about the proposals here and submit your comments to inform the next steps.