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Workshop: Intuitive Intersection Design

Based on the discussions and lessons learned during the intuitive intersection design panel, this interactive workshop will provide attendees an opportunity to investigate options and opportunities to improve the intersection of McAllister and Larkin Streets in San Francisco’s Civic Center neighborhood. This location presents and interesting experiment as it combines high pedestrian volumes, a transit priority route, excess pavement, and an important link on the bicycle network. In this hands-on exercise, attendees will be provided existing information and site context and then guided through key intersection design tenets of the NACTO Urban Street Design Guide. Working together in small groups, participants will develop and critique new intersection proposals that balance the needs of multiple modes of the intersection.