Geary at Park Presidio Improvements Survey

February, 2017

This project aims to provide a safer and more inviting environment for Muni passengers, pedestrians, runners, and vehicular traffic at the intersection of Geary Boulevard at Park Presidio Boulevard. Our goal is to design and construct improvements and features that reflect the needs of the community and reinforce neighborhood identity. We are conducting outreach to Richmond District residents, businesses, transit passengers, neighborhood groups, and others. Concepts to be considered for the Geary at Park Presidio Improvements include: seat walls, decorative sidewalks, plazas, and gateway planting. For more information, visit us online (www.sfpublicworks.org/gpp) or call 415-558-5282.

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Home Zip Code
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What is your interest in the Geary at Park Presidio Improvements Project?
What do you like about the existing intersection at Geary and Park Presidio?
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What do you dislike about the existing intersection at Geary and Park Presidio?
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What type of improvements would be best at the Geary at Park Presidio intersection? Please rank the possible project goals (1,2,3,4) in the order you would prioritize them, with 1 being the most important and 4 being the least important.
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Create a unique gateway for the intersection
Provide seating and a welcoming plaza for Muni Riders
Improve the pedestrian experience along Geary Blvd.
Improve the vehicular experience along Park Presidio Blvd.
As the project team continues through detailed design, we may need to adjust the scope in order to meet our budget. Please rank the project elements (1,2,3,4,5) in the order you would prioritize them, with 1 being the most important and 5 being the least important.
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Additional seating
Gateway planting/landscape
Decorative sidewalks
Plazas
Wayfinding signage for people walking
Please provide any additional comments you may have about the Geary at Park Presidio Streetscape project:
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