The Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency (TIMMA) was created to develop a transportation plan to serve the residents, businesses and visitors of Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island. The neighborhoods are being developed to include 8,000 new homes, 500 hotel rooms, 550,000 square feet of office and retail use and open space.
TIMMA is governed by the TIMMA Board which is comprised of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. TIMMA staff work for the San Francisco County Transportation Authority.
TIMMA’s goal is to design a transportation plan that serves as a model for sustainable development, offering ways to get around that are not dependent on cars. The initiative also extends many benefits such as new ferry and bus multi-use recreational paths, bike lanes, pedestrian-only streets, additional open space for recreation and a free on-Island shuttle.
Goals of the project include:
- Reducing congestion
- Ensuring that at least 50% of trips to and from the Island are using modes other than solo car trips
- Making transit affordable and accessible
- Encouraging a walking, transit and biking environment
LATEST NEWS: PROJECT TEAM WANTS YOUR FEEDBACK
The TIMMA project team is developing drafts of several elements of the transportation plan for Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island. They are:
- Transportation Affordability Plan
- Transportation Demand Management
- Transit Pass
- SFMTA Parking Policy
Learn more about each of these elements on the About page.
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The project team will be giving presentations on the following dates:
- Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 6:30 PM-8 PM: Treasure Island Transportation Open House at Ship Shape Community Center, 850 Avenue I, Treasure Island. Project staff at Open House will provide information about transportation plan and answer questions.
Your feedback is welcome at any of these meetings. Contact the project team with comments or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTIFICATION OF UPCOMING CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES
If you would like to receive notices of future TIMMA RFPs, add your firm to our email list. In the "Interest in Business Opportunities (RFPs/RFQs)" section, check the box next to "TIMMA Business Opportunities."
SFCTA contact: Rachel Hiatt, Principal Transportation Planner for the Transportation Authority. Call 415.522.4809 or send her an email.