§ 702.

DESIGNATED SPEED LIMITS

a.

30 Miles Per Hour. A prima facie speed limit of 30 miles per hour is established in the following locations:

1.

3rd Street between Channel and Kirkwood Streets.

2.

3rd Street between Shafter and Bayshore Boulevard.

3.

10th Street between Market Street and Division Street.

4.

16th Street between 3rd and 7th Streets.

5.

Bush Street between Presidio Avenue and Battery Street.

6.

Carter Street between Geneva Avenue and County Line.

7.

Cesar Chavez Street, Third Street to a point 500 feet east of Kansas Street.

8.

Diamond Heights Boulevard between Clipper Street and Sussex Street.

9.

The Embarcadero between King Street and Bay Street.

10.

Fell Street between Gough Street and Stanyan Street.

11.

Fulton Street between Stanyan Street and Arguello Boulevard.

12.

Geary Boulevard between 30th and 42nd Avenue.

13.

Golden Gate Avenue between Divisadero Street and Van Ness Avenue.

14.

Industrial Street between Bayshore Boulevard and Oakdale Avenue.

15.

John F. Kennedy Drive between Kezar Drive and Stanyan Street.

16.

John Muir Drive between Skyline Boulevard and a point approximately 2,500 feet southeasterly.

17.

Kezar Drive between Lincoln Way and John F. Kennedy Drive.

18.

King Street between 5th Street and The Embarcadero.

19.

Market Street between Danvers Street and Castro Street.

20.

Masonic Avenue between Presidio Avenue and Geary Boulevard.

21.

Monterey Boulevard between Circular and Ridgewood Avenues.

22.

Oak Street between Stanyan Street and Franklin Street.

23.

Oakdale Avenue between Bayshore Boulevard and 3rd Street.

24.

Octavia Boulevard, central lanes only, between Fell and Market Streets.

25.

Pine Street between Market Street and Presidio Avenue.

26.

Point Lobos Avenue between Great Highway and Forty-Second Avenue.

27.

Sagamore Street between San Jose Avenue and Orizaba Avenue.

28.

San Jose Avenue between Randall and 29th Streets.

29.

Turk Boulevard between Baker Street and Arguello Boulevard.

30.

Twin Peaks Boulevard between Panorama Drive and Palo Alto Avenue.

31.

Winston Drive, between Buckingham Way and Lake Merced.

b.

35 Miles Per Hour. A prima facie speed limit of 35 miles per hour is established in the following locations:

1.

Alemany Boulevard between Junipero Serra Boulevard and Mission Street.

2.

Bayshore Boulevard between Cesar Chavez Street and the County Line.

3.

Broadway (Robert C Levy) Tunnel between the east and west portals.

4.

Brotherhood Way between Alemany and a point about 200 feet westerly from Chumasero Drive.

5.

Cargo Way between 3rd Street and Jennings Street.

6.

Clarendon Avenue, north and south sides between the east line of Laguna Honda Boulevard and Johnstone Drive.

7.

Clipper Street between Douglas Street and Diamond Heights Boulevard.

8.

Evans Avenue between Cesar Chavez and Hunters Point Boulevard.

9.

Fulton Street between Arguello Boulevard and the Great Highway.

10.

Geary Boulevard between Presidio Avenue and Wood Street on the depressed section.

11.

Geary Expressway between Gough Street and Presidio Avenue.

12.

Geneva Avenue between Moscow Street and the County Line.

13.

Great Highway between Lincoln Way and Point Lobos.

14.

Great Highway (Upper Roadway) between Lincoln Way and Sloat Boulevard.

15.

Hunters Point Boulevard between Jennings Street and Innes Avenue.

16.

Innes Avenue between Hunters Point Boulevard and Donahue Street.

17.

Junipero Serra Boulevard between St. Francis Circle and Ocean Avenue.

18.

Laguna Honda Boulevard between Dewey Boulevard and Noriega Street.

19.

Lake Merced Boulevard between Sunset Boulevard and Skyline Boulevard.

20.

Lake Merced Boulevard between Winston Drive and Sunset Boulevard.

21.

Lincoln Way, north side, between Third Avenue and the Great Highway.

22.

Lincoln Way, south side, between the Great Highway and Third Avenue.

23.

Mansell Street between Sunnydale and Brazil Avenues.

24.

O’Shaughnessy Boulevard between Portola Drive and Malta Drive.

25.

Portola Drive between St. Francis Circle and Corbett Avenue, north and south sides.

26.

Market Street between Corbett Avenue and Danvers Street, north and south sides.

27.

Sloat Boulevard, eastbound and westbound traffic, between Junipero Serra Boulevard, St. Francis Circle and Nineteenth Avenue.

28.

Sloat Boulevard, eastbound traffic, between the east line of the Great Highway and the east line of 39th Avenue.

29.

Sloat Boulevard, westbound traffic, between the east line of 39th Avenue and the east line of 47th Avenue.

30.

Sunnydale Avenue between Persia Avenue and the west boundary of the McLaren Municipal Golf Course.

31.

Sunset Boulevard between Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive and Lake Merced Boulevard.

32.

Woodside Avenue between Portola Drive and Laguna Honda Boulevard.

c.

40 Miles Per Hour. A prima facie speed limit of 40 miles per hour is established in the following locations:

1.

Alemany Boulevard, westbound, between Bayshore Boulevard and Mission Street.

2.

Gilman Avenue between Hunter’s Point Expressway and Arelious Walker Drive.

3.

Harney Way between Jamestown Avenue and the County Line.

4.

Hunters Point Expressway.

5.

Jamestown Avenue between Redondo Street and Hunters Point Expressway.

6.

John Muir Drive between the County Line and a point approximately 3,300 feet northwesterly.

7.

Lake Merced Boulevard between the County Line and Winston Drive.

8.

Junipero Serra Boulevard between Ocean and 19th Avenues.

9.

Visitacion Avenue between Mansell Street and Hahn Street.

d.

45 Miles Per Hour. A prima facie speed limit of 45 miles per hour is established in the following locations:

1.

Alemany Boulevard, eastbound, between Mission Street and Bayshore Boulevard.

2.

Brotherhood Way between a point about 200 feet westerly from Chumasero Drive and Lake Merced Boulevard.

3.

Great Highway between Sloat and Skyline Boulevards.

4.

Mansell Street between Visitacion Avenue and Brazil Avenue.

5.

San Jose Avenue between Randall Street and a point 425 feet northeasterly of the east line of Diamond Street.

History

(SFMTA Bd. Res. No. 08-151, 8/19/2008; SFMTA Bd. Res. No. 09-172, 9/15/2009; SFMTA Bd. Res. No. 11-028, 3/1/2011; SFMTA Bd. Res. No. 12-144 , Ad. 11/20/2012, Eff. 12/21/2012)

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