Rebecca Saltzman spoke at a virtual town hall advocating for high-risk riders.
The Board of Supervisors is expected to vote on two competing proposals regarding car access to JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park.
Youth transportation advocates worried a turbulent recovery for SFMTA would kill the hard-fought program.
Citing safety concerns, the transit agency hopes to lower speed limits on many more popular corridors citywide.
The city can now get rapid transit done faster, but some merchants worry that a Geary Boulevard project will keep customers away.
Local transit agencies are likely to follow suit and extend mask mandates through May 3.
A nonprofit linked to the de Young Museum and San Francisco’s Fines Arts Museums agency has deployed a powerful team of lobbyists to combat a highly motivated group of parents as the fate of JFK Drive hangs in the balance.
Traditional taxi drivers weigh the pros and cons of a new pilot program, which would allow them to accept rides through Uber, Lyft and other apps.
The proposed ordinance would make JFK a one-way for cars and reopen Conservatory Drive.
Finally, buses will shuttle transit riders north-south down Van Ness Avenue in a fire-red, car-free center lane.