The work which necessitated the two-lane closures on 19th Avenue is progressing faster than anticipated.
Major Traffic Delays Expected on 19th Avenue in San Francisco April 5-13 Due to Construction. Motorists Are Encouraged to Take Alternative Routes to Avoid the Works Zones
The District 4 Mobility Study was passed with funding from Proposition K by the SFCTA and Board of Supervisors for $500,000 to study a number of streets in District 4, including the Upper Great Highway closure and many other safety improvements on streets connected to the Upper Great Highway.
As the world emerges from the pandemic, nations should unite to get the best price for everyone on earth. This would be the first step to move beyond the proven model of national health care.
I was inspired to write after seeing how much crankiness was in your March 2021 newspaper.
By Plyfaa Suwanamalik-Murphy In Mae Sot, a town adjacent to the Thai-Myanmar border, I hung behind my family, watching street vendors shouting to passersby of the goods they offered. Walking past a tourist […]
The Wheel is of little or no benefit to the de Young and I am disappointed to hear that staff are spending time calling in support of SkyStar, a private, for-profit vendor based in St. Louis, MO, with no transparency, and SF Parks Alliance, a private non-profit.
This Saturday, March 27, from 10 a.m. to noon, the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (Transportation Authority) is hosting a virtual open house on the District 4 Mobility Study.
On Sunday, March 21, more than 20 adults and six children showed up to help clean the streets. They were able to cover a lot of ground cleaning Pacheco, Ortega, and Noriega streets from Great Highway to 38th Avenue …
American schools once were number one among advance countries abroad. Today they are now among the worst.
This photo of the corner of Fifth and Parnassus avenues was taken by United Railroads (predecessor of Market Street Railway and Muni) staff photographer John Henry Mentz on Oct. 30, 1919.
Visit Far Out Gallery on the Outer Edge of San Francisco. 3004 Taraval St., at 40th Avenue.
End the traffic and gridlock in the outer avenues! Closure of the Upper Great Highway has made a mess of the neighborhood. Now that construction on 19th Avenue is taking place, things are even worse!
Search “Ralph Lane” for more of his cartoons.
San Francisco officially entered the red tier in the state re-opening framework, allowing additional activities and businesses to resume recently …