Embarcadero Enhancement Project

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PROJECT SCHEDULE

2013-14  Data Collection  |  2014-15  Initial Community Engagement  |  2015-17  Design

TBD  Start Environmental Review  |  TBD  Construction


PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The primary goals of The Embarcadero Enhancement Project are to:

1.     Increase Safety​

  • ​​Improve pedestrian safety on the Embarcadero Promenade and at intersections
  • Provide a safe and convenient bicycle facility that appeals to people of all ages and abilities
  • ​Continue to provide vehicle access to Port tenants as necessary for delivery, service, and operations
  • Continue to accommodate and grow public transportation on the Embarcadero
  • Help people driving by adding more predictability to roadway operations on The Embarcadero

2.     Support Economic Vitality

  • Support business, encourage increased tourism and accommodate future population and employment growth

3.     Improve Connectivity and Accessibility

  • Link The Embarcadero's businesses, attractions, neighborhoods and major transit hubs
  • Increase and improve access to destinations along The Embarcadero and beyond the Port boundaries by improving the Embarcadero’s many forms of transportation

Location The Embarcadero - Left O'Doul's Bridge at Third + King Streets to Powell + Jefferson Streets at Fisherman's Wharf
Project type Transportation, bicycle path, open space, plaza  
Project area  3 miles
Funding sources  TBD
Websites  www.sfmta.com/projects-planning/projects/embarcadero-enhancement-project
Project sponsor San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA)
Port contact Dan Hodapp, dan.hodapp@sfport.com
Port Community Advisory Group Central Waterfront Advisory Group (CWAG) | Sign up for project updates and check the "(CWAG) Interested Citizens" option  


KEY PROJECT INFORMATION

Upcoming Public Meetings

  • Early Fall, 2016 – review of concept design alternatives

Planning to Date

Port Commission Hearings


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