Sloat Boulevard Pedestrian Safety Improvements
Sloat Boulevard is State Highway 35 connecting Skyline Boulevard to the west with Highway 1 through a San Francisco residential area. The Sloat Boulevard Pedestrian Safety Improvement project includes safety improvements at three intersections along Sloat Boulevard between 19th Avenue and Skyline Drive: 23rd Avenue, Forest View Drive and Everglade Drive. The renovation will provide a safer environment for pedestrians, motorists, cyclists and transit riders with the installation of special traffic calming features.
Phase Two pedestrian safety improvements to be installed Summer 2015 include:
- Sloat Boulevard at Everglade Drive: Bulb-outs, curb ramps, crosswalks. For more information, download the Sloat Boulevard at Everglade Drive Factsheet. - (中文信息)
- Sloat Boulevard at 23rd Avenue: Median extension, curb ramps, crosswalks, and a new pedestrian activated crossing beacon. For more information, download the Sloat Boulevard at 23rd Avenue Factsheet. - (中文信息)
Phase One pedestrian safety improvements installed in Summer 2013 include:
- Sloat Boulevard at Forest View Drive: Bulb-outs, median extension, curb ramps, crosswalks, and a new pedestrian activated crossing beacon. For more information, download the Sloat Boulevard Pedestrian Safety Project factsheet.
CALTRANS – Sloat Boulevard Improvements
- Proposed parking and traffic changes
- Surface mounted facilities notice 5/20/13
- Surface mounted facilities notice 2/18/14
- Sloat at Forestview
- Sloat at Everglade Dr.
- Sloat at 23rd Ave.
- The project is being rebid due to contractor’s request to withdraw from the project and so the award rescission was granted.
- The project was re-advertised on 7/2
- Bid opening on 8/12
- Bay Area Lightworks, Inc. was awarded the contract. The Notice to Proceed (NTP) date is 11/30/15. The contractor will be starting in December.
- Completed September 2013
Total: $1 million
This project is funded through a combination of a federal highway safety improvement grant and local matching funds.
Public Works and SFMTA