TICD Phase 1 Construction - Traffic Circulation, Street Closures and Parking Restrictions
Beginning February 20, 2018 TICD construction activities along Treasure Island Road and around Treasure Island's Front Gate and southern and western waterfronts will close on-Island streets and realign traffic circulation. Full installation of traffic control and traffic safety measures, construction site fencing, access restrictions and directional signage associated with the closures and realignment is scheduled for completion in mid-March 2018.
Motorists, pedestrians, cyclists and MUNI-25 riders can expect the following:
Streets and Traffic Circulation:
- Avenue of Palms closed between California Avenue and 9th Street
- Clipper Cove Way closed between Treasure Island Road and Avenue D
- Treasure Island Causeway lane re-alignment between YBI Macalla Road and California Avenue
- All other on-Island streets remain open
For site safety considerations, the following MUNI - 25 Treasure Island stop closures and relocations around the construction area must take place:
- Treasure Island Front Gate inbound (IB) and outbound (OB) stops closed
- California Ave at Avenue C (IB and OB) stops relocated one block east to California Avenue at Avenue D
There are no impacts to the 25 route itself. Visit SFMTA.com to sign up for MUNI Alerts and recieve real-time and scheduled route alerts on your mobile device.
- TI Marina parking lot closed
- TI Marina slipholder and Island Market Deli patron parking relocated to Administration Building parking lot
- TI Front Gate Parking/Viewing area closed - Visitors and tours now directed to Visitor Parking Area - 9th Street between Avenue B and Avenue of the Palms
Visitors, Tours Buses and Charter Tours:
With the closure of the Front Gate Parking/Viewing area and Treasure Island Road realignment, there will no longer be available space for visitor parking and tour bus/charter parking, ilding, loading and unloading of passengers at the Front Gate area.
A new Visitor Parking Area south of 9th Street between Avenue B and Avenue of Palms (east of Mersea Restaurant) is now available for the safe loading and unloading of tour bus/charter passengers wishing to enjoy the view of San Francisco Bay.
Tour bus and sightseeing charter vehicle parking, loading, unloading or idling is prohibited at all times in the Treasure Island Residential Neighborhood north of 9th Street .
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