Twin Peaks Pilot “Promenade” In Effect Starting July 13

SFMTA-MTAB Twin Peaks Pilot Presentation ACCESSIBLE_diagram

On Wednesday, July 13, a portion of the “figure 8” roadway loop will become a car-free area for people gazing, hiking and biking on top of San Francisco’s famous Twin Peaks.

SFMTA-MTAB Twin Peaks Pilot Presentation ACCESSIBLE_diagram

The pilot is one step in the larger Twin Peaks Figure 8 Redesign Project, which includes a two-year pilot for which we’ve partnered with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and San Francisco Public Works. The pilot project was shaped by community feedback via surveys and an open house, and it was approved by the SFMTA Board of Directors on April 19.

Click here to complete a survey to let us know what you think about these changes.

Click here for more details on the SFMTA website.

The project team will be working on a more comprehensive long-term design for the Twin Peaks Figure 8 later this year. There will be additional opportunities for providing your feedback. Send an email to the Project Manager at melinda.stockmann@sfgov.org if you would like to receive project updates.

Some photos of today’s pilot implementation:

New road stripingNew two way road on west sideRoad Closure equipment sign and barricadesLooking south between the two peaks