Slow Streets Program (SF Planning Case No. 2022-008095ENV)


SCH Number
Public Agency
City and County of San Francisco
Document Title
Slow Streets Program (SF Planning Case No. 2022-008095ENV)
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to establish a citywide Slow Streets Program for selected streets to create a network of residential streets that would prioritize biking, walking, and other forms of active transportation by enhancing the safety and protection of persons who use these Slow Streets. The Slow Streets Program team would conduct a design and public hearing process to determine specific design treatments that would limit traffic volumes and speeds on each Slow Street corridor and allow the corridors to be safely used by people traveling by foot, bicycle, and other forms of active transportation. The SFMTA has defined a Slow Streets Toolkit of design treatments to achieve the desired traffic volumes and speeds

Contact Information

Jennifer McKellar
Agency Name
Environmental Planning
Job Title
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


San Francisco
San Francisco
Cross Streets
Golden Gate Ave, Lake St, Sanchez St, Shotwell St, 12th Ave, 23rd Ave, Arlington St, Cabrillo St

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Statutory Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Public Resources Code section 21080.25
Reasons for Exemption
Reasons why project is exempt: Public Resources Code section 21080.25 This project in its approved form meets the eligibility criteria for a Statutory Exemption per Public Resources Code section 21080.25. The SFMTA, a public agency, would implement pedestrian and bicycle safety facilities within an existing public right of way in an urbanized area; would not exceed a cost of one hundred million dollars ($100,000,000) in 2020 United States dollars; and would be constructed by SFMTA and/or San Francisco Public Works Shops and would not require the use of contractors for labor
County Clerk
San Francisco


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