$745,000 Mission District Street Improvement Plan

Transbay Blog reports:

The plan draws on a well-documented array of features to improve Mission District streets, including: curb bulbs to narrow the width of pedestrian crossings and to slow auto traffic at intersections; improved transit and bicycle amenities; ample and accessible sidewalks; and more street lighting and greenery.

The post identifies Chavez Street as a corridor in dire need of retooling, and provides the details of the project’s first public workshop, which is tonight at Chavez Elementary. Link.

6 Responses to “$745,000 Mission District Street Improvement Plan”

  1. Plug1 says:



  2. Allan says:

    really? i would’ve thought that as a man of the people, you’d be a chavez guy

  3. Junk Thief says:




    I may need to attend the meeting.

  4. e says:

    It’s about time the Mission had more walkable streets. Bulbous curbs for the win!

  5. plug1 says:

    a man of the people, yes. or at least i try.

    that said, im also a history buff…a nostalgaholic if you will. constantly drinking from the past.

  6. katie says:

    i really don’t believe that adding some shrubbery will get people to take their mid-afternoon strolls on chavez.