Friday, April 03, 2009

Meeting to discuss screwing up traffic on Hayes St.

Why is the Transit Effectiveness Project (below in italics) interested in screwing up traffic on Hayes Street, which is now moving just fine on the one-way, west-bound portion of that street between Gough and Van Ness? Obviously, turning that part of Hayes into a two-way street will slow down the #21 Hayes Muni line, which doesn't seem much like "transit effectiveness."

So what's going on? It's nothing but the latest anti-car attempt by the bike people to make it as difficult as possible to drive in San Francisco. See my earlier post on the issue.

From: SFTEP [SF Transit Effectiveness Project]
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2009

Subject: Hayes Valley Two Way Conversion Workshop
Learn more about the Hayes Valley Two Way Conversion

The Planning Department and SFMTA invite community members to discuss a proposal to convert Hayes Street between Gough and Van Ness to a two way street.

What: PUBLIC WORKSHOP on Hayes Valley Two Way Conversion

When: THURSDAY APRIL 9TH 2009 @ 6:30 PM

Where: 100 Van Ness Ave (@ Hayes St) 26th floor

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