Street Safety: Road Repaving Program Begins With 25 Blocks
The Department of Public Works (DPW) has shovels hitting the ground with the $248 million three-year Road Repaving and Street Safety Program (Streets Bond) program well under way, as it officially marks the initial phase of construction with the completion of the first 25 newly repaved city blocks. Over the next three years, the bond will repave hundreds of city blocks, repair sidewalks, build curb ramps, repair street structures, enhance and improve the streetscape, and make transit signal upgrades in neighborhoods throughout San Francisco. Crews are out today paving the 25th street segment at Broadway Street, from Davis to Front near The Embarcadero with PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES until 12:00pm.
“The residents and voters of San Francisco value the importance of maintaining our City’s roadways and supporting investments to make our streets safe and accessible,” said Mayor Lee. “This investment into our streets is yielding visible benefits by creating jobs, improving transit, and transforming neighborhoods.” Read more.