BOMA San Francisco Members:
On September 21, 2010, Mayor Gavin Newsom introduced legislation to adopt the Better Streets Plan into the City's official plans and codes. Click here to read the ordinances.
The proposed Better Streets legislation will be the subject of upcoming public hearings. Click here to see the schedule.
The Better Streets Plan will create a unified set of standards, guidelines, and implementation strategies to govern how the City designs, builds, and maintains its pedestrian environment.
|View the Final Better Streets Plan Draft|
The Better Streets Plan process brings together staff of multiple City agencies to comprehensively plan for streets. The Plan will seek to balance the needs of all street users, with a particular focus on the pedestrian environment and how streets can be used as public space. The Plan will reflect the understanding that the pedestrian environment is about much more than just transportation – that streets serve a multitude of social, recreational and ecological needs that must be considered when deciding on the most appropriate design.
The Better Streets Plan will carry out the intent of San Francisco's Better Streets Policy, adopted by the Board of Supervisors on February 6, 2006.