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What is the longest street in San Francisco?

Question #2708. Asked by Sam Spade.
Last updated Jul 29 2021.

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Geary Boulevard is the longest street in San Francisco, stretching from downtown all the way to the beach.

link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geary_Boulevard

Geary is one of the city's longest streets, at a whopping 5.5 miles — it stretches from Market Street to the ocean. It's the main artery to the Richmond district, and it can take quite a while to get all the way out there by bus. Therefore, the San Francisco County Transit Authority is working on a plan to install a bus-only lane on Geary.


Response last updated by CmdrK on Jul 29 2021.
Aug 22 2000, 8:28 PM
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Facts: The longest street in the city is Mission Street -- 7.29 miles. The widest is Sloat Boulevard at 135 feet. The narrowest street is De Forest Way at 4 1/2 feet.


link http://www.sfcvb.org/media/downloads/travel_media/sf_facts.pdf

Feb 11 2008, 5:01 PM
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