Slow streets movement continues in SF

Slow Streets
Mark Prado

As the Slow Streets program develops plans for its next phase in San Francisco, the effort is headed directly to historically under-served neighborhoods to conduct outreach.

Most of the current Slow Streets have come from community suggestions from the over 6,500 responses to an online questionnaire.

For this next phase, the program will go to those neighborhoods that don’t yet have Slow Streets to see if there is interest and support.

From Tuesday, November 10 through Thursday, December 10, a Slow Streets team will take to the streets and engage residents on a neighborhood planning level for the next phase of Slow Streets. The team will be working with stakeholders in the Western Addition, SoMa, Inner Sunset, Oceanview/Parkside, Outer Mission, Visitacion Valley and Bayview.

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