Whenever I step away from the City for a while, there's often some project coming through that I'm waiting to be completed. This time around, it's the new JFK Bikeway – the first parking-buffered cycle track in San Francisco. I'll tell you, I'm not at all surprised that this thing hasn't come through yet – we're used to delays in this city – but you can see some small, but important, progress out on the road...
|Crews took advantage of the rain this morning to continue grinding off the existing road stripings.|
|Finishing off a blue zone curb ramp by regrading the multi-use pathway.|
|The finished product. Only a few more to go – if all goes well (don't hold your breath), all curb ramps should be done by the end of this week.|
|DPW crews lifted and cleaned several storm drains to fix what were previously very large dips and to prevent puddling when it rains.|
And there's always a couple new items that catch me off guard whenever I return from traveling somewhere...
|And a small one. New stencils at Market/Octavia guiding people onto the little-known Elgin Park, which has a 15 mph limit and is a convenient way to reach Duboce Ave.|