Masonic Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project
Concrete street base repairs continue along Masonic Avenue between Fulton and Turk streets. The concrete street base is located underneath the asphalt roadway. During this phase of construction, crews will saw-cut, remove the damaged/broken street base and replace it with fresh concrete. Street base repairs are necessary in advance of final paving and help prolong the life of the new roadway. Final paving is still several months away. The typical work days are Monday - Saturday.
The contractor continues paver work along the new center median between Fell and Golden Gate streets. The contractor also continues work on the irrigation lines.
The contractor continues electrical wire installation for new street lights at several locations along Masonic Avenue.
Monday to Friday, 7 AM to 6 PM
Saturday & Sunday, 7:30 AM to 7 PM
Weekend work may occur on occasions.
The Masonic Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project, between Geary Boulevard to the north and Fell Street to the south, will provide improvements for pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders. The goal of this project is to safely and efficiently accommodate the needs of all roadway users. The proposed improvements are the result of a planning process among Public Works, the Planning Department, SFMTA and Masonic Avenue residents and businesses.
Project improvements include a new landscaped median, new cycle tracks, widened portions of sidewalk, repaving, bus bulb-outs, new street trees and sidewalk planters, new lighting in medians and pedestrian scale lighting on sidewalks and the conversion of a triangular space and road on the southwest corner of Geary Blvd. and Masonic Ave. into a small park and resident traffic only road, which includes public art.
Masonic Avenue: typical existing roadway section
Masonic Avenue: typical proposed roadway section
Rendering - Masonic Avenue and Turk Street - Option 2
Plaza Rendering at Masonic Avenue and Geary Boulevard
Community outreach and planning phase: Completed. Conducted 2008-2012.
Design and bid phase: Winter 2014 to Fall 2015.
Construction phase: July 2016 to Spring 2018.
Shaw Pipeline, Inc.
150 Executive Park Blvd Suite 3790
San Francisco, CA 94134
(415) 337 0190 Main Office
(415) 740-8008 After-hours