Oak and Fell Bike Lane Discussion

Photo by sfbike. On Saturday, March 31st, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) will host a public meeting to discuss pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements on Oak Street and Fell Street between Scott Street and Baker Street. The purpose … Read More

SFMTA to host Budget Town Hall Meetings

SFMTA to Host Budget Town Halls Meetings Upcoming Two-year Budget Cycle Starts July 1  The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), which oversees all transportation in the city, including the Municipal Railway (Muni), will host a series of town hall … Read More

21- Hayes Bus: Improved Service

By Bob Barnwell There was a campaign late last year to increase the number of buses during the morning commute on the #21 bus line.  The buses are so overcrowded that once they reach Hayes Valley, they are too full … Read More

HVNA welcomes Supervisor Olague to D5

By Jason Henderson In January, Mayor Ed Lee appointed Christina Olague as the new District 5 (D5) Supervisor.  Christina replaces Ross Mirkarimi, who was elected Sheriff in November 2011, thus vacating the D5 seat.  She previously served for seven years … Read More

Hayes Valley in the Media

From Larry Cronander, HVNA Business Relations Committee Chair December issue of Sunset Magazine is filled with references to Hayes Valley businesses. Check it out. From William Bulkley, Art, Culture and Environment Chair Transit Oriented Development grant that may impact Hayes … Read More

Learn about the Van Ness BRT Project

Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit The Van Ness BRT Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report (EIS/EIR) is now available for public review. Download chapters online or read a hard copy of this informative document. For a full list of ways … Read More

Opportunity to comment on Clipper

All Comments Due No Later Than December 22, 2011 at 4 p.m. The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) is working to ensure that customers with limited-English proficiency, minorities, and low-income residents are not adversely affected by the region’s transit agencies’ transition … Read More

Panhandle bicycle access

The SFMTA is seeking to improve bicycle access between the Panhandle bike path and the “Wiggle” by providing bikeways on Fell Street and/or Oak Street between Scott and Baker that are physically separated from motor vehicle traffic by a buffer … Read More