Open streets programs are a powerful way of modeling a car-free future – exposing people not just to what human-scale public space looks like, but what sustainable transportation feels like.
Category: Sunday Streets
Sunday Streets comes to the Excelsior district on March 31 from 11am-4pm, transforming Mission Street from Silver to Geneva Avenue into on open street with free activities, live music, health resources, a local goods Market Square, Picnic Grounds and more.
How did a dense, car-dominated, 49-square-mile city with multiple freeways launch the country’s largest open streets program?
Now in its 11th year, Sunday Streets San Francisco continues to expand its routes and programming to provide car-free community space for all. Learn the story of how Sunday Streets got off the ground – and into the streets!
Sunday Streets brings over 15 miles of temporary parks and open streets to San Francisco in 2019, with ten citywide events across from March to October.
We knew going into it that 2017 would be an eventful year, and a pivotal one for sustainability, equity, and livability. Here are some of the highlights, breakdowns, and breakthroughs which shaped San Francisco’s...
What is Play Streets? It’s neighbors saying hello, a day free from traffic, and kids making new friends. More importantly, Play Streets is an event hosted by the community FOR the community. Each Play...