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Vis Valley - Portola Community Based Transportation Plan: Phase 2

Proposed Projects Worksheet

Thank you for participating in the Visitation Valley & Portola Community Based Transportation Planning process! Your input is critical to guiding the plan development. To read more, visit SFMTA.com/VisValleyPortolaPlan.
During the project’s first phase of public outreach, we got a lot of input from Visitacion Valley and Portola community members on streets needing transportation improvements. We turned this input into a series of potential projects across the community.

The map below shows all potential projects identified for the CBTP, as well as other proposed projects happening in Visitacion Valley and Portola. The thicker lines and larger circles show projects proposed for this plan, while the thinner lines and smaller circles show other projects being developed in the neighborhood.
 
Map of VV/P CBTP Phase 2 Proposed Projects
Now, we need you to tell us what we got right, what we got wrong, and what we missed altogether. We will use your input to come up with a final set of projects for the Community Based Transportation Plan, to be shared with the public for additional feedback.
 
Map of proposed projects north of McLaren Park
1. North Side of McLaren Park: In this area, we heard from residents a desire for slowing vehicle traffic in the neighborhood and improving access to McLaren Park.
Space Cell Very DesirableDesirableNeutral / No OpinionUndesirableVery Undesirable
Speed humps on Bacon Street from University Street to Oxford Street
New sidewalk on the south side of Wayland Street from University Street to Yale Street
New crosswalks at paved path entrances to McLaren Park at University Street, Wayland Street, and Burrows Street
Map of proposed projects on San Bruno Avenue - Portola
3. San Bruno Ave - Portola: In this area, we heard from residents a desire to improve Muni bus stops, improve pedestrian safety, and connect the bike network on San Bruno Avenue.
Space Cell Very DesirableDesirableNeutral / No OpinionUndesirableVery Undesirable
Bus bulbs or sidewalk extensions to improve Muni stops on San Bruno Avenue at Silver Avenue and at Bacon Street
Pedestrian bulb-outs on Felton Avenue at San Bruno Avenue to improve pedestrian safety
Extend bike lanes on San Bruno Avenue north from Mansell Street to Paul Avenue; requires removing 1 of the 2 northbound travel lanes on San Bruno Avenue
Map of proposed projects on Mansell Street
5. Mansell Street StreetscapeIn this area, we heard from residents a desire to improve access to the 29 Sunset muni line, improve pedestrian safety, and create a better connection to McLaren Park.
Space Cell Very DesirableDesirableNeutral / No OpinionUndesirableVery Undesirable
Bus bulbs or transit boarding islands for the 29 Sunset muni line
Parking protected bike lanes connecting San Bruno Avenue to McLaren Park
Pedestrian bulb-outs and improved crosswalks to the open space in the median
Map of proposed projects on San Bruno Avenue - Visitacion Valley
7. San Bruno Avenue - Visitacion ValleyIn this area, we heard from residents a desire to improve connect the bike lanes on San Bruno Ave to Bayshore Blvd and to improve pedestrian safety on Bayshore Blvd.
Space Cell Very DesirableDesirableNeutral / No OpinionUndesirableVery Undesirable
New uphill bike lane on San Bruno Avenue from Arleta Avenue to Campbell Avenue (may require minimal parking removal at roadway curves to accommodate bus turns)
*OR* Neighborhood bike route on Somerset Street and Campbell Avenue to connect bike lanes on Bayshore Blvd to bike lanes on San Bruno Avenue
Pedestrian bulb-outs on Hester Avenue at Bayshore Blvd
Map of proposed projects near the Visitacion Valley Greenway
9. Visitacion Valley GreenwayIn this area, we heard from residents a desire to connect the Visitacion Valley Greenway, slow down vehicle traffic in the neighborhood, and improve access to the Vis Valley playground & library.
Space Cell Very DesirableDesirableNeutral / No OpinionUndesirableVery Undesirable
Raised crosswalks mid-block on Raymond Avenue, Arleta Avenue, and Teddy Avenue to connect the Vis Valley Greenway
Pedestrian bulb-outs on Arleta Avenue at Alpha Street and at Rutland Avenue
Pedestrian bulb-out on Visitacion Avenue at Cora Street
Map of proposed projects in the Visitacion Valley / Sunnydale area
11. Visitacion Valley / SunnydaleIn this area, we heard from residents a desire to connect to upcoming bike lanes projects on Visitacion Avenue in McLaren Park and on Sunnydale Avenue west of Hahn Street, slow vehicle traffic on east/west streets, and improve muni stops
Space Cell Very DesirableDesirableNeutral / No OpinionUndesirableVery Undesirable
Uphill bike lanes on Visitacion Avenue and on Sunnydale Avenue from Schwerin Street to Hahn Street (no parking spaces removed)
Pedestrian bulb-outs on Leland Street at Britton Street, at Rey Street, and at Schwerin Street
Hahn Street: Bus bulbs, new bus shelters, or relocate muni stops to locations with better lighting