UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay - Fourth Street Public Plaza
NOP - Notice of Preparation
Present Land Use
Land that is part of the Mission Bay South Plan of the Mission Bay Redevelopment Area. The project site is partially on land controlled by the University of California and is part of the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay, a project that has been approved by the UC Regents. The majority of the site is presently on land designated for a street right-of-way. The project would involve an encroachment permit for the proposed plaza and an air rights lease for future bridges. As the site would remain a public street right-of-way, the project would be consistent with the Mission Bay South Plan.
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) proposes to construct and maintain a public plaza on the Fourth Street right-of-way between 16th and Mariposa Streets that would result in the closure of Fourth Street to vehicular through-traffic at this location. The City and County of San Francisco's planned pedestrian access and bicycle route through Fourth Street would be maintained. The proposed Project also includes two pedestrian bridges across Fourth Street, to be constructed if and when Phase II of the Medical Center at Mission Bay is approved and constructed. Finally, the project would include implementation of various transportation system improvement measures.
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