See SFMTA’s proposed plans for Glen Park here

See the photos below this message. And note the survey form at the end.
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At the January 15, 2014 Glen Park Association meeting, SFMTA, Planning, and Department Public Works landscape architects presented initial plans for streetscape amenities at the widened sidewalks now approved for the Diamond / Bosworth intersection. The concept plans include a range of benches, planters, and median landscaping, as well possible “Glen Park” gateway feature at the northwest corner. Attendees had a chance to review plans and graphics, and ask questions. DPW also handed out a survey form to get feedback on the plans and options.
The concept plans and the survey are on-line with this post, and DPW would like to receive responses to the survey no later than January 27, 2014.  Responses can be sent to John Dennis via mail e-mail:
 
 
John Dennis
Dept. Of Public Works
30 Van Ness Ave., 5th Flr.
San Francisco, CA 94102
Gateway IdeasGlen Park Streetscape Improvements 15 Jan Survey Gateway Ideas

Proposed Trees.

Proposed Trees.

Median Improvements

Median Improvements

Glen Park Concept Plan

Glen Park Concept Plan

Glen Park Concept Enlargement

Glen Park Concept Enlargement

Bulbout Improvements

Bulbout Improvements

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4 responses to “See SFMTA’s proposed plans for Glen Park here

  1. Joel Schipper

    Was there a survey form? I didn’t see it. Thx

  2. Joe Birts

    Does anyone really think this will improve the traffic flow through the neighborhood. Both the streets and the sidewalks are too narrow for the existing traffic, both car & pedestrian! My observations of the bulb outs on both Mission & Chavez lead me to conclude that they make traffic worse due to the simple fact that the busses are wider than the traffic lanes and Muni doesn’t use the bus stops because they are located in the wrong places

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