Arguello Boulevard is an active and important connection in the Inner Richmond District. The Arguello corridor carries thousands of San Francisco residents every day, whether they are walking to Rossi Playground, dropping students off at Roosevelt Middle School, riding the 33 MUNI bus line, or biking to the Golden Gate Bridge.
The SFMTA has been working with District Supervisor Eric Mar to address community input on safety for people walking and biking on Arguello Boulevard. Supervisor Mar provided funding for the SFMTA to explore safety improvements at specific locations that were identified by the Inner Richmond community. The SFTMA expects to implement roadway striping changes in late 2016.
Come out and learn more about a project to help make Arguello Boulevard safer and more welcoming for walking and biking:
Arguello Boulevard Safety Project: Community Walkthrough
Thursday, January 28th, 2016, 4:00pm-5:30pm
Meet on the Northeast corner of Fulton Street and Arguello Boulevard
Short walk (1/3 mile) from Fulton to Anza
Please bring layered clothing and comfortable walking shoes
RSVP for the walkthrough here
This will be an opportunity to ask questions about the project and to see how the proposed changes will improve safety for people walking and biking on Arguello Boulevard. SFMTA staff will be on hand to answer questions and provide project information.