The Panhandle Pathways are located with Panhandle Park, just East of Golden Gate Park. The Pathways are used by a wide range of people for walking, jogging, biking, and crossing to get to the center of the Park. With all of these unique users it is important to increase the safety of this area as much as possible. Supervisor Breed has listened to the community regarding the need for funding and was able to secure funds via the Board of Supervisors add-back process, to make these safety improvements a reality.
Possible Scope of Work
Improvements to paving on the pedestrian path, installation of clear signage, re-striping of paint on pathways, repair and replacement of lighting with brighter energy efficient bulbs.
This project was made possible by an add-back from Supervisor Breed’s Office in the amount of $500k total over two fiscal years.
Conversion of pathway lights to LED was completed in spring 2016. Currently pathways are undergoing striping, signage installation and installation of benches throughout the path; expected completion is late spring 2017.
If additional funding is available the South Pedestrian Path will get repaved.
The Panhandle Pedestrian Safety Improvement Project consists of new signage, new benches, new trash receptacles and striping on north side of park. The project as come to a halt due to all the rain. We need a dry week so the contractor may pour and compact the concrete pads. Once we … Continue reading
Construction will begin on Monday, October 3, 2016. It is scheduled for two months, but weather dependent, may be extended to December 2016. The project scope includes installing benches, trash can and surface mounted bike racks on the north side of the Panhandle. New trash cans will be installed on the south side … Continue reading
In September 2015, the Recreation and Park Commission approved a community-supported, concept plan to improve pedestrian safety along the multi-use pathway on the north side of the Golden Gate Park Panhandle. Planned pedestrian (and bicycle!) safety improvements to the multi-use path shall include: Restriping the centerline of the multi-use pathway; … Continue reading
We hope you can join us onsite at the Panhandle to discuss safety improvements to the pathways, lighting and signage issues. Please tell your neighbors and friends, we will be onsite to answer questions about the upcoming improvements. SATURDAY AUGUST 1ST, 2015 ON THE PANHANDLE AT ASHBURY INTERSECTION 10-12:00AM We … Continue reading