As the Congestion Management Agency (CMA) for San Francisco, the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) is assisting the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) in the Call for Projects for the 2017 update to the Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS), also known as Plan Bay Area 2040.
Plan Bay Area 2040 is a roadmap to help Bay Area cities and counties preserve the character of our diverse communities while adapting to the challenges of future population growth. It is a state-mandated, integrated long-range transportation, land-use and housing plan that will support a growing economy, provide more housing and transportation choices and reduce transportation-related pollution in the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area. It builds on earlier efforts to develop an efficient transportation network and grow in a financially and environmentally responsible way. It is a work in progress that will be updated every four years to reflect new priorities.
SAN FRANCISCO'S PLAN BAY AREA 2040 CALL FOR PROJECTS
The SFCTA is coordinating the call for projects in San Francisco, working with transit operators, city agencies, civic groups, stakeholders, and the public to develop a list of new and updated projects to be included in Plan Bay Area 2040. The SFCTA will assign the county’s budget of discretionary funds to individual projects that meet readiness standards, have plan status, and are consistent with established San Francisco transportation and land-use goals. We will release a preliminary project list in late August to be considered by the SFCTA’s Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC). When released the list will be available as a memorandum to the Wednesday, September 2nd CAC meeting.
Our approach to selecting projects for inclusion in Plan Bay Area 2040 is based on the policies and projects in our San Francisco Transportation Plan. In developing project priorities for Plan Bay Area 2040, we aim to:
- Fully fund existing transportation priorities
- Position San Francisco to be competitive for discretionary revenue
- Seek to increase San Francisco’s share of existing revenues going toward priorities
- Advocate for new federal/state/regional revenues and project delivery policies
- Get closer to meeting state of good repair (SOGR) and fleet replacement needs
- Make new investments in key San Francisco initiatives like Vision Zero and freeway corridor management
- Address equity issues such as affordable housing and anti-displacement policies
SFCTA’s call for projects memorandum for public agency project sponsors:
- SFCTA San Francisco call for projects memo
- MTC's call for projects memo
- 2013's Plan Bay Area - San Francisco projects and programs:
- List of San Francisco projects
- List of San Francisco programs
- List of San Francisco-relevant regional projects and programs
- MTC project submission portal (for public agency staff only)
Members of the public are invited to comment on the preliminary project list via the form below. You may also be interested in providing input at one of our public meetings:
- May 27, 6:00pm at 1455 Market Street, 22nd Floor: Citizens Advisory Committee
- June 16, 10:30am at City Hall Room 263: Plans and Programs Committee
- June 24, 6:00pm at 1455 Market Street, 22nd Floor: Citizens Advisory Committee
- September 2, 6:00pm at 1455 Market Street, 22nd Floor: Citizen Advisory Committee (information item)
- September 15, 10:30am at City Hall Room 263: Plans and Programs Committee (information item)
- September 30, 6:00pm at 1455 Market Street, 22nd Floor: Citizens Advisory Committee (action item)
- October 20, 10:30am at City Hall Room 263: Plans and Programs Committee (action item)
Check the SFCTA's Meetings, Agendas, and Events page for updated meeting times and locations.
For additional information, contact Amber Crabbe, Assistant Deputy Director for Policy and Programming via email.
For project comments in Spanish, Cantonese, or Mandarin please use the web form or call the SFCTA's multilingual hotline at 415-593-1655.
Para aportar comentarios sobre el proyecto en español, cantonés o mandarín, favor de usar el formulario web o llame a la línea directa multilingüe de SFCTA al 415-593-1655.