San Francisco surveyed the Mission Terrace and Excelsior neighborhoods, to see if people were interested in parking permits. Click the links below to see the results.NOTE: Actions to be taken as a result of this information is not yet decided and we are told that a community meeting will be held to discuss the results.
The speeds at which folks driving through our neighborhood have brought us new speed humps (bumps?) on three streets in Mission Terrace: on Cotter between San Jose & Cayuga, on Theresa between Cayuga & San Jose and on San Juan between Capistrano & Cayuga.
Let us know if they make a difference in reducing the speed of drive-through traffic and if we need more of them. And if we all drove responsibly, we won't need speed humps. It's not as though we're going anywhere fast, anyway. firstname.lastname@example.org
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