The proposal includes opening the Portola Drive gate to vehicle traffic at all times and keeping the Burnett Avenue gate closed to vehicle traffic at all times. People walking, biking and rolling would be able to access Twin Peaks Boulevard and Christmas Tree Point Road through both gates. This option (also called Option 2) provides […]
With the election of a lifetime looming, this survey might not be top of mind when the deadline for submission, as announced today in the SF Park and Rec newsletter, is November 3. However, you might want to take the time to respond to SF Park and Rec’s survey on access to Twin Peaks. There […]
Greetings Folks Interested in the Twin Peaks Figure 8 Redesign, As you may know, the 2-year extension of the Twin Peaks Figure 8 Pilot Project is coming to an end, and the SFMTA is looking to make the current roadway configuration permanent. As part of its approval process, the Agency will hold an *Engineering Public […]
Here are a few updates regarding the Twin Peaks Figure 8 Redesign / Promenade Project: Rec and Park, in partnership with SFMTA, is supporting the SF Police Department to move the concrete barriers between the two peaks with the goal of reducing the incidence of auto break-in’s. The barriers were moved on Monday, November […]
Interested in giving feedback on the Twin Peaks Promenade Concept Design but couldn’t make the May 8 meeting? Visit the project webpage to see the concept boards that were presented there: http://sfrecpark.org/call-for-input-twin-peaks-promenade-concept-design/ and send in your comments by May 17. Details on the webpage.
Forwarded from the SF Recreation and Parks Department: Save the date and join us for an Open House to review and collect input on proposed designs for the eastern half of the Twin Peaks Boulevard “Figure 8”: Tuesday, May 8, 2018, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Midtown Terrace Clubhouse Clarendon Ave + Olympia Way Rec and […]