While Cow Hollow residents treasure the low-key neighborhood feeling of much of the district, there is no denying that traffic challenges are part of life in Cow Hollow. Marin commuters, visitors to the Presidio and tourists riding faux cable cars and tour buses all pass through in large numbers. The Traffic & Parking Committee monitors government plans and policies affecting traffic.
CHA works with our Supervisor and the for-profit entities (Scoot, Jump Bikes, Lyft Bikes, Bird Scooters) to make sure they don't go unchecked in taking up parking spots in our neighborhood and impacting the sidewalks. If you have a specific situation you would like to know about, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
CHA works with our Supervisor to insist SFMTA listen to resident’s concerns whose businesses and homes are severely impacted by Lombard Vision Zero bulb-outs and construction, and the resulting redirected traffic on our residential streets.