At Wednesday evening's SFCTA-CAC meeting, SFMTA presented a funding request to do design work on three sections of the Bayshore-Cesar Chavez-Potrero Ave-US101 "Hairball" plus an overall lighting improvement design.
The three segments chosen - F, G, and N - include the eastbound approach to the Hairball from Cesar Chavez (F and G) plus the segment between Marin St and Jerrold Ave on Bayshore where there is currently only a northbound bike lane, forcing southbound bikes to either travel against traffic for a block on the street or to take to the sidewalk.
In a related development, the the Portola Neighborhood Association (PNA) is working with SFCTA, Supervisor Campos, and other stakeholders to begin a study at the Alemany Maze. It is set to see a similar influx of NTIP planning funds to study pedestrian and bicycle safety and accessibility as part of the City's Vision Zero mandate. As Chair of the PNA, this is another project that I've pushed for and am pleased to see it being given attention.