Closed streets have polarized San Francisco

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and the Recreation and Parks Department collaborated to close a 1.5-mile stretch of JFK Drive plus the Upper Great Highway to vehicles. It's not until their permanent use is up for discussion...

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Scott Feeney
Scott Feeney
15 · 4 days ago · Twitter

That's what happens when there's a lack of leadership. The JFK Promenade, the Great Walkway, and Slow Streets are overwhelmingly popular, but many supervisors refuse to commit, empowering a small number of hard-line motorists unable to imagine a more livable city.

Bruce Halperin
Bruce Halperin
7 · 4 days ago · Twitter

70% of San Franciscans polled favor keeping JFK car-free. Doesn’t seem that polarizing to me!