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Improving Access & Safety

We're making it easier, greener, and safer to get around the Presidio.

Improving Access & Safety

Since the Presidio became a national park site, we’ve been working with the community to make it a welcoming place for everyone. From creating a 24-mile trail network to opening Presidio Tunnel Tops, we’ve come a long way. Now we’re taking the next steps to make this a safe and inclusive park.


Building upon thousands of comments from visitors and underrepresented communities, we’re expanding Presidio Tunnel Tops by adding a new picnic area and gathering space near the Outpost playground. We’re also repaving Presidio roadways and introducing bike and pedestrian improvements to make it safer for everyone to share the road. And we’ll fill in gaps for those strolling and rolling by creating connected and accessible sidewalks.


We’ll also gradually convert our Presidio GO Shuttle system to a clean electric fleet and partner with the SF Municipal Transit Agency to improve bus service to the park.

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What's Happening Now

Illustration of the future lawn at Outpost Meadow. Credit: James Corner Field Operations.

Making the Outpost Meadow Picnic Area

We’re beginning construction of Outpost Meadow, a new picnic area near the popular playground at Presidio Tunnel Tops. This will create more space to gather and add amenities we’ve heard people need – like shade and bike parking. It opens in 2025.

Muni bus on Mason Street at Crissy Field, with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background.

Extending Muni 30 at Crissy Field

We’re creating a turn turnaround for the Muni 30, extending the popular bus line further west into Crissy Field. The new facility will also include public restrooms. It opens at the end of 2024.


Bicyclist and vehicle on bike and car lanes, respectively

Improving the Biking Experience at Arguello Gate

We’re making changes to the bike lanes and roadway on Arguello Boulevard between Arguello Gate and Washington Boulevard. Our goal is to reduce vehicle speeds and promote safer bicycle travel and connectivity.

Repaving work in the Presidio

Repaving Roadways

In 2024, we will continue repaving roadways and parking lots around the Presidio, including along West Pacific Avenue and Washington Boulevard.