Meeting Monday night on slowing traffic on San Jose Ave.

The SF Municipal Transportation Agency, Supervisor Scott Wiener, the College Hill Neighborhood Association and the Glen Park Association invite you to an upcoming community meeting on Monday, February 3 to discuss proposed safety improvements for San Jose Avenue between Monterey Boulevard and Randall Street.

The City, after many years of working with Caltrans and other stakeholders, would like to present a proposal aimed at maximizing safety for all users of the street. Many vehicles travel faster than 45 miles per hour along this segment — this project aims to bring vehicle speed closer to 35 mph. Join your neighbors to hear more about this proposal and how the City plans on collecting data to evaluate the success of the project.

What: San Jose Northbound Pilot Project

Date: Monday, February 3, 2014

Time: 6:30-7:30 pm

Location: Glen Park School Auditorium (151 Lippard Avenue at Bosworth Street)

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4 responses to “Meeting Monday night on slowing traffic on San Jose Ave.

  1. It’s a Road Diet, let’s call it what it is, and what SF MTA is calling it.
    http://www.sfmta.com/projects-planning/projects/northbound-san-jose-avenue-i-280-off-ramp-road-diet-pilot-project
    And let’s hope that Caltrans is really onboard, because backups onto I-280 and Monterey Blvd, will be something. . . .
    especially if they close one of the on-ramps of I-280 at Geneva/Ocean as they’re thinking of also . . .

  2. Anonymous

    speed bumps

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