The SFMTA, Port of San Francisco, San Francisco Planning Department and San Francisco Public Works Department are collaborating on a planning project that will increase safety and comfort of travel along The Embarcadero.
Working with the community, the Embarcadero Enhancement Project seeks to develop a conceptual design and cost estimate for a bikeway along The Embarcadero from 3rd Street in South Beach to Powell and Jefferson Streets in the Fisherman’s Wharf area. A bikeway is a bicycle facility that is physically separated from moving or parked vehicles and pedestrians. It is expected to improve the safety and comfort of everyone traveling along The Embarcadero by creating separate and clearly defined areas for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers.
This project will include public participation to review and comment on conceptual designs, costs and trade-offs, with the goal of reaching a recommended design that is physically and financially viable, reflects public values, and enhances safety and the experience of travelers on foot, on bike, or in a vehicle along the project route.
The project is being primarily funded by an MTC Priority Development Area grant with supplemental funding from the SFMTA and the Port of San Francisco.
No upcoming meetings have been posted
The primary goals of The Embarcadero Enhancement Project are to:
Support people of all ages and abilities who ride a bike on The Embarcadero
Reduce conflicts for people on foot by separating bicycles from pedestrians
Help people driving by adding more predictability to roadway operations on The Embarcadero
Support Economic Vitality
Support business, encourage increased tourism and accommodate future population and employment growth
Improve Connectivity and Accessibility
Link The Embarcadero's businesses, attractions, neighborhoods and major transit hubs
Increase and improve access to The Embarcadero by providing a flat, low-stress path that is comfortable for most
This project will include public participation to review and comment on conceptual designs, costs and tradeoffs.
The goal is to reach a recommended design that is physically and financially viable, reflects public values, and enhances safety and the experience of travelers on foot, on bike, or in a vehicle along the project route.
Winter 2013 - Summer 2014: Data Collection
- Existing conditions
- Land use survey
- Initial feasibility analysis
Summer 2014 - Winter 2015: Initial Outreach
- Stakeholder briefings
- Open houses
Winter 2015 - Summer 2015: Develop Design Alternatives
- Detailed feasibility analysis
- Cost estimates
- Trade-off analysis
Summer 2015 - Fall 2015: Final Design Selection
- Open houses
- Appropriate approvals for final recommended design
|Draft Embarcadero Enhancement Project Background & Description||2.29 MB|
|Draft Project Route Map||2.46 MB|
|November 2014 Workshops Presentation||5.4 MB|
|November 2014 Workshop Display Boards||7.76 MB|
|November 20, 2014 Workshop #3 Fact Sheet||6.35 MB|
|November 13, 2014 Workshop #2 Fact Sheet||5.55 MB|
|November 6, 2014 Workshop #1 Fact Sheet||7.1 MB|
|July 24, 2014 Open House Boards||4.94 MB|
|July 24, 2014 Open House #1 Mailer||555.85 KB|
We will send you e-mail or SMS updates whenever the following are posted for the The Embarcadero Enhancement Project:
- Upcoming meetings
- Project updates