Posts Tagged ‘geary brt’

How Hard is It to Get People to Post “CUT THE GEARY BRT” Posters on Geary? Not Very

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

I haven’t done an inventory, but I saw three of these in three blocks of the inner Inner Richmond the other day:

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Geary “BRT,” of course, is the plan to replace buses on Geary with … buses on Geary.

(The “R” in BRT stands for the same thing the R in the #38R stands for – RAPID, baby! It’s the phrase of the decade. The SFMTA should change its name to the SFRTA, the San Francisco Rapid Transit Agency. And the SFCTA should be called the SFRCRTRA (San Francisco Rapid County Rapid Transit Rapid Authoritah. And that means that a Geary BART spur (which would be more rapider than buses replacing buses) should/would be called Rapid EXTREME or something.)

As with most federal / state-funded pork barrel projects, there are costs and benefits, and there will be winners and losers.

IRL, Geary is Full of Cars All the Time, But This Latest Geary BRT Video Shows the Richmond District 95% Car-Free

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

Here it is, from a the guy who wants to replace District One Supervisor Eric Mar.

All the deets

JOIN THE SFCTA AND SFMTA FOR A GEARY CORRIDOR
BUS RAPID TRANSIT PROJECT UPDATE!

The Geary Corridor Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project is a cost-effective way to improve bus service and enhance street conditions for Geary from Downtown to the Outer Richmond. Based on community input and ongoing technical evaluation,  the project team is identifying a staff-recommended alternative for initial feedback. 

  • Learn about the project evaluation process
  • View the staff-recommended design for different segments of the corridor
  • Provide your feedback

Japantown/Fillmore
Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC)
1840 Sutter Street
Thursday, January 30, 6:00–8:00 PM
[Informational flyer]

The Transportation Authority is leading the environmental study, in partnership with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA). The Study Team and other public agencies are working collaboratively with the Geary BRT Citizens Advisory Comittee (GCAC), as well as inviting public participation through community meetings.

 

Supervisor Eric Mar Hosts Geary Bus Rapid Transit Meeting Tonight in the Richmond

Monday, July 27th, 2009

Freshman San Francisco  Supervisor Eric Mar is hosting yet another meeting of concern to residents of the Richmond District. The Geary BRT is a coming – are you on board? Express Yourself tonight at 7:00 PM. Deets below.

The Mayor of the Richmond District, in action:

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Geary Corridor Transportation Improvements to Be the Focus of Community Meeting
Public meeting co-hosted by Supervisor Mar and San Francisco County Transportation Authority will feature Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project update

Who:  Supervisor Eric Mar, San Francisco County Transportation Authority, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
What:  Geary Corridor Transportation-Focused Community Meeting and Open House
When:  Monday, July 27, 2009
7:00pm – 9:00pm
 
Where:  Richmond Recreation Center
251 18th Avenue

San Francisco, CA 94199

      Supervisor Eric Mar and the San Francisco County Transportation Authority will co-host a community meeting to discuss the progress of the GearyCorridor Bus Rapid Transit Environmental Impact Report/Statement (EIR/EIS), among other transportation improvements under consideration for the thoroughfare.  The Authority and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) are well underway with the Geary BRT environmental review process and are seeking public feedback on the analysis of changes in traffic and parking conditions, construction strategies, as well as pedestrian and streetscape enhancements that would be part of the BRT project.  Agency staff also will be on hand to discuss related Geary corridor improvements, including the Mid-Richmond Traffic Calming Project.

      Following up on the Geary BRT public scoping sessions held in December 2008, this community meeting will provide an opportunity for neighbors, business owners, and transit users to discuss the benefits and potential impacts of the project under consideration.  The Authority hopes to finalize the Geary BRT EIR/EIS in 2010.  For more information about the Geary BRT effort, visit www.GearyBRT.org.