What is the longest street in San Francisco? Was it planned this way?

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The longest street in San Francisco is Mission Street at 7.29 miles. (source) From the south, it enters the city from Daly City and runs north through the Crocker-Amazon, Excelsior, Bernal Heights, and Inner Mission neighborhoods. From there the road turns northeast and travels through the South of Market neighborhood (running a full block south of Market Street) before ending at the Embarcadero in downtown San Francisco. The street is four lanes wide.

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answered 15 Dec '09, 19:15

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