Slated to start last winter, a transit and pedestrian improvement project in Upper Haight is behind schedule because “we did not receive any contractor bids for the project in the first go-around,” said Rachel Gordon, director of communications for San Francisco Public Works. “We are still exploring how to best proceed with the project and hope to have more information in the next couple of weeks.”

This means that work originally slated to start in January won’t commence until this summer at the earliest, and is projected to have two-year lifespan.

New sidewalks between Central and Stanyan streets with traffic bulb-outs and new bus stops are planned, along with a series of traffic lights, over 30 new street trees, planters, benches, and other design features.

[source: Hoodline]

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