Issues affecting Ord/Douglass/17th Streets.
180 States St San Francisco, CA 94114 - Castro-Upper Market
States Street is one of the longest streets in San Francisco. At is midpoint it has a crosswalk that serves the Playground and access to the Randall Museum. Cars speed up and down States street as they use it as a shortcut between the Castro and the Haight. The crosswalk is at a blind corner and drivers can not see pedestrians waiting to cross. There were speed bumps in the 1960s but they were removed because of the noise. More modern speed humps or other traffic calming needs to be considered before a pedestrian is hit.
4240 4298 17th St San Francisco, CA 94114, USA - Castro-Upper Market
New trees have been planted on 17th Street near the intersection of Ord St. Have called 311 two times so far to report the issue.
Visibility is bad when trying to turn from Ord St onto 17th Street and the new palm trees block view of oncoming traffic.
Please do something about this. Cars rarely come to a complete stop at Douglass Street despite a stop sign, making the problem even worse. Before the trees it was easier to cross but now it is very challenging.
17th St & Ord St San Francisco, CA 94114, USA - Castro-Upper Market
Been in the neighborhood 20 years. Have almost been run over several times trying to cross 17th St. Cars don't stop at 17th/Douglass and barrel right up the hill without regard to the crosswalk at Ord St.
It is also getting very difficult to turn left or right onto 17th St from Ord St due to the oncoming traffic.
A stop sign and speed bumps would help the problem immensely.
4364 17th Street San Francisco, CA 94114, USA - Castro-Upper Market
Antenna at 153 corbett takes up the entire roof and does not look like a residential antenna. It appears to be for both broadcast and reception and is far to powerful, interrupting other traffic in the area. I see no permit for it.
99 Ord Street San Francisco, CA - Castro-Upper Market
Cars don't slow down or stop at this intersection making it a deadly hazard for pedestrians, dogs and cars alike. Need a pressure senstive stop light so that people on Ord Street can cross safely and vehicles can turn safely.
17th Street has turned into a high-speed cross town autobahn. Time to slow it down a bit by placing a light where it belongs.
Stopsign 1/2 a block away at 17th/Douglass proves to be ineffective.
Please put a stoplight, or at least a blinking 4 way red light at Ord Street and 17th. I am tired at playing frogger and losing.