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  • Transbay Folsom Streetscape Improvement Project conceptual design
  • Transbay Folsom Streetscape Improvement Project conceptual design

Transbay Folsom Streetscape Improvement Project

San Francisco’s Public Works was asked by the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII) to provide professional services on Transbay Folsom Street Improvement Project.

The project furthers a portion of the Transbay Redevelopment Project Area Streetscape & Open Space Concept Plan approved in 2006. It is comprised of temporary and permanent right-of-way improvements along Folsom Street, from Second to Spear Streets, located in Supervisorial District 6.

OCII has contracted with Conger Moss Guillard Landscape Architects (CMG) to prepare the design documents for the Folsom Street Improvement Project.

Streetscape elements include wide, tree-lined sidewalks; high-quality materials and rain gardens, which serve as storm water detention areas; bike lanes; sidewalk bulb-outs at key intersections; crosswalk enhancements; traffic calming; light fixture upgrades and street repaving.

Streets & Streetscapes
STATUS In Progress
Location
Folsom Street, from Second to Spear streets
District
Start Date July 2015
Completion Date February 2020
Budget
$16,000,000
Project Manager
Oscar Gee
Project Team

Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure
Municipal Transportation Agency
Planning Department
Public Works

Contact
Shane Hart, Transbay Project Manager
Phone
415-749-2510