CONNECT SF / SUBWAY VISION

L-Taraval Muni Metro train at West Portal station

SUBWAY VISION

The San Francisco County Transportation Authority is collaborating with other public agencies to develop a Subway Vision to expand the city’s subway network.

In fall 2015, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed an ordinance drafted by Supervisor Scott Wiener requiring the city to create a framework for subway expansion throughout San Francisco. The Subway Vision responds to this ordinance and is one of the components of Connect SF.

From August 18 until September 6, 2016, we joined with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency to solicit the public’s ideas on where new subways should be built. See a summary of the 2,600 Subway Vision submissions and key themes staff will use to guide further analysis.

CONNECT SF

Subway Vision is one of the components of Connect SF, a multi-agency collaboration process to build an effective, equitable and sustainable transportation system for our future. It will develop a Long-Range Vision that will guide plans for the City and its transportation system toward one collective goal.

Learn more at the Connect SF website.