Twin Peaks Pilot Promenade Online Survey Closing July 26

People Enjoying Twin Peaks Pilot Promenade

A year ago, on July 13, 2016, the eastern half of the “Figure 8” roadway loop of Twin Peaks Boulevard was transformed to a car-free area for people gazing, hiking and biking on top of San Francisco’s famous Twin Peaks.  This pilot project was legislated by the SFMTA and is part of a larger interagency collaboration between SFMTA, Rec and Park and Public Works.

If you haven’t already done so, please visit the project page of our website (click here) and contribute your input on this pilot project via the survey link at the top of the page by July 26, 2017. Input from this survey will help inform whether this reconfiguration is made permanent next year and will also help inform design for a more comprehensive bike and pedestrian facility in this area.  For more background information on the pilot project, please click here for the presentation made to the SFMTA Board in April 2016. For more information about the larger grant-funded interagency “Connectivity Planning Project,” please visit the project page of the Rec and Park website (click here). 

Our team will use input from the survey to help inform final design for a more comprehensive bike and pedestrian facility.  Please stay tuned for more information, including a final public open house this fall to review these plans.