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January 24, 2023

District 8 Supervisor Rafael Mandelman was re-elected as Chair and District 7 Supervisor Myrna Melgar as Vice-Chair. The 2022 Annual Report was also approved by the Transportation Authority Board. The Transportation Authority Board also approved the 2022 Annual Report
January 24, 2023

The Transportation Authority Board approved $190,000 in half-cent transportation sales tax funds this month for the design phase of new traffic signals at the Sloat and Skyline Boulevard intersection at 39th Avenue, where Sloat Boulevard becomes State Route 35.
January 23, 2023

U.S. Senators Alex Padilla and Dianne Feinstein and Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi and Bay Area federal delegation members helped secure federal funding for crucial Bay Area infrastructure projects, including the Golden Gate Bridge retrofit, Caltrain Electrification, and Yerba Buena Island West Side Bridges retrofit.
January 12, 2023

The San Francisco Department of Public Health released an updated 2022 Vision Zero High Injury Network and found that pedestrians are the highest proportion of severe and fatal injuries captured on the network. The SFMTA also presented findings from their Safe Streets Evaluation Program.
January 10, 2023

Last month, the Mission Geneva Safety Project began construction in the Excelsior. The project is a community-focused effort led by the SFMTA that will bring pedestrian and bicycle safety, transit reliability, and curb management improvements to the Excelsior District.
December 21, 2022

San Francisco tops the list of 60 major cities worldwide at the forefront of urban mobility trends, according to the 4th Annual Urban Mobility Readiness Index presented by consulting firm Oliver Wyman, citing the city for its innovation, market attractiveness, and rich ecosystem of travel options.
December 20, 2022

This month, the Transportation Authority Board adopted the San Francisco Transportation Plan, the blueprint for the city’s transportation system development and investment over the next 30 years to fund a broad range of projects.
December 19, 2022

The Conference of Minority Transportation Officials honored the Transportation Authority with the Civic Equity Champion Award at their Northern California Chapter’s 19th Annual Scholarship and Industry Awards Gala in early December. In addition, the American Council of Engineering Companies’ California Bay Bridge Chapter recognized the Transportation Authority as Agency of the Year.
December 19, 2022

The Transportation Authority’s Community Advisory Committee consists of 11 community members, each representing one of San Francisco’s supervisorial districts. The committee comes together each month to discuss and provide feedback on transportation projects, policies, and investments which is shared with the Transportation Authority Board.
December 15, 2022

During the Transportation Authority Board meeting this month, board members approved $1 million in Prop AA vehicle registration fee funds to support the design for Phase 1 of the 29 Sunset Improvement Project.
November 23, 2022

We celebrated the completion of upgrades at Powell Street Station. The project revitalized the station with new art, lighting, fare gates, wayfinding, and more to improve safety, security, and overall customer experience.
November 21, 2022

SFTMA opened the long-awaited Central Subway on November 19 for weekend-only service, adding four new train stations to San Francisco’s transit system.
November 16, 2022

The Brotherhood Way Safety and Circulation Plan will develop near- and long-term concepts to improve safety, circulation, and connectivity through the Brotherhood Way and Alemany Boulevard corridors and surrounding streets.
November 04, 2022

We joined Transportation Authority Vice Chair Aaron Peskin, community leaders, and SFMTA to debut a new pedestrian scramble in Chinatown.
October 27, 2022

The Clipper BayPass is available to about 50,000 college students in the Bay Area through a two-year pilot program. The passes provide students unlimited free travel on transit agencies that user the Clipper fare system, allowing unprecedented mobility throughout the region.