Mayor Lee & Supervisors Introduce Repaving & Street Safety Bond for November

The Proposed $248 Million Road Repaving and Street Safety Bond will:

  • Repave deteriorated City streets
  • Reduce potholes, which can cost Bay Area motorists $706 annually in car repairs and are dangerous for cyclists
  • Seismically strengthen street structures such as bridges, stairways and tunnels
  • Install curb ramps and reconstruct sidewalks to meet the City’s goal to provide equal access in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Redesign streetscapes to improve safety pedestrian and bicycle safety, contribute to ecological sustainability, and promote economic activity
  • Upgrade traffic, pedestrian, and transit signals and provide other safety features that speed traffic flow and decrease congestion
  • Create approximately 1,600 jobs in San Francisco
  • Will NOT raise property tax rates for San Francisco homeowners

Read the Mayor’s announcement here.

For more information:

Read the bond report.
Learn more about the challenges facing our streets program
 or check out an interactive map of street conditions.
Check out sfgate or examiner coverage of the Bond.