Twin Peaks Figure 8 Pilot Redesign

Twin Peaks Pilot Road Closure Graphic

The Twin Peaks Figure 8 Redesign Team is excited to announce a proposed pilot project that will open a portion of the Twin Peaks Figure 8 to people walking and riding bikes!  The pilot project is an opportunity to evaluate a configuration change at the Twin Peaks Figure 8 while the Twin Peaks Redesign team continues to consider long term improvements to improve access at Twin Peaks. The broader project goals include:

  • Reallocate a portion of the existing roadway from vehicle use to pedestrian and bicycle use;
  • Locate pedestrian crossings to link with trail sections; and
  • Recommend realignment of the Bay Area Ridge Trail to cross over Twin Peaks Blvd.

Read on to learn about the pilot and how you can get involved.

Twin Peaks Figure 8 Pilot

Our partners at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) are proposing to close a portion of Twin Peaks Boulevard to motor vehicles as a pilot project. This proposal would convert the western alignment to two-way operation, and close the eastern alignment to motor vehicles while maintaining access for people walking and biking. Imagine JFK Sunday Streets, every day of the week!

Twin Peaks Pilot Road Closure Graphic

The project would be implemented sometime this summer, using paint and temporary railings to prevent motor vehicle access to the eastern half of the roadway.

Show Your Support

The pilot proposal will be included in a public hearing in March and then will be presented for approval at an SFMTA Board of Directors meeting in April.  For both the hearing and the board meeting, you may share your thoughts by emailing or in person:

SFMTA Engineering Public Hearing

Friday, March 4, 2016 at 10:00 am

San Francisco City Hall, Room 416

SFMTA Board of Directors Meeting

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 at 1:00 pm*

San Francisco City Hall, Room 400

* subject to change

For more information and to confirm the hearing date, please visit

The pilot road closure is the first step for the Figure 8 Redesign.  For folks not aware of the Figure 8 Redesign project, please visit the Rec and Park project page and also please reference a blog post that includes materials from a 2015 public open house.  The presentation materials outlines and describes alternatives considered.  We are in the process of completing a more comprehensive conceptual plan for the space and will share that with you in the coming months before finalizing.