Shaping The Future of Our Streets

As we inch closer to lifting the emergency health orders that brought us Slow Streets, Car-Free JFK Drive & Great Highway, and Shared Spaces, it’s a critical time to recognize the possibilities these programs showed us as a city and lean in to making them the equitable, responsive, and sustainable programs that will we need to serve San Francisco for generations to come. 

@greathighwaypark: The Great Highway Park / Photo by @shalaco 

Here are a few ways to get involved with the conversation: 

Sign-up for updates from the D4 Mobility Study that will inform car-free Great Highway and D4 Slow Streets 

Sign the Great Highway Park Petition and get updates on going actions

Check out the legislation that will make Shared Spaces a permanent program and check back for opportunities to provide feedback

Read about the path for permanence for Slow Streets and sign-up to get updates for upcoming open houses, surveys, and hearings for your favorite Slow Streets
Photo credit: SFMTA Photography Department via SFCTA