July 01, 2024

The San Francisco County Transportation Authority, in coordination with the SFMTA and the San Francisco Planning Department, is studying a potential new rail subway under Geary Boulevard and 19th Avenue, as part of the Geary/19th Avenue Subway Regional Connections Study.
June 28, 2024

The Treasure Island AV Shuttle Pilot project, called “Loop” was a demonstration of an on-island shuttle serving Treasure Island and was one of the first deployments of shared AV services providing passenger service on public roads in California.
June 26, 2024

The Transportation Authority Board approved a total of $2.46 million in Prop AA funds for two transportation projects including the 8th Street, Clay Street, and Leavenworth Street Pavement Renovation Project and Japantown Buchanan Mall Improvements.
June 25, 2024

At the June 25 Transportation Authority Board meeting, board members gave final approval to support the Safe Routes to School Non-Infrastructure program with $466,000 in Prop L half-cent sales tax funds.
May 23, 2024

Treasure Island's Electric Ferry Service received seed funding towards its first year of operations between Treasure Island and the Ferry Building which will reduce emissions, enhance mobility and connect visitors to several amenities on the Island.
May 22, 2024

In May, the Transportation Authority Board approved several key transportation projects including Transit Stop Signage Enhancement, the Golden Gate Greenway, Muni paratransit, and BART elevator attendant programs.
May 22, 2024

We joined District 6 Board Member Matt Dorsey, SFMTA, SF Public Works, SF Bike Coalition, and community members to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Folsom Streetscape Project in the South of Market neighborhood.
May 21, 2024

We joined Transbay Joint Powers Authority, city officials, partners, and community members at the Salesforce Transit Center to celebrate The Portal’s entry to the Engineering phase and the Federal Transit Administration’s $3.38 billion funding commitment.
May 17, 2024

The Transportation Authority is exploring ways to improve safety and access to parks, schools, hospitals, and recreational areas for children, seniors, and people with disabilities in the Marina, Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights, Cathedral Hill, Laurel Village, Jordan Park, and North of the Panhandle neighborhoods, as part of the District 2 Safety Study.
April 26, 2024

Earlier this month, the Transportation Authority approved “support and seek amendments” positions on three bills: Senate Bill (SB) 1031 (Wiener, Wahab) - also known as the Connect Bay Area Act - and Autonomous Vehicle safety and transparency bills Assembly Bill (AB) 1777 (Ting), AB 3061 (Haney).
April 24, 2024

This month, Transportation Authority Board members approved $1.6 million in Prop L half-cent sales tax funds to support 34 blocks of pavement renovation throughout Districts 3, 5, and 6.
April 19, 2024

This month we welcomed middle and high school students from San Francisco and the East Bay to the second “Girls in Motion” Spring 2024 Summit, an annual event introducing girls to careers in transportation.
April 05, 2024

Earth Month celebrates an opportunity to engage in and encourage initiatives dedicated to promoting sustainability and environmental stewardship. The Transportation Authority supports and delivers projects that pave the way for a sustainable future by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, improving air quality, and promoting sustainable transportation options.
April 01, 2024

The Transportation Authority joined SFMTA, District 6 Transportation Authority Board Member Matt Dorsey, the SF Bike Coalition, and the San Francisco Giants to celebrate the completion of the 3rd Street Quick-Build Project. The project is one of several quick-builds designed to be installed quickly with lower cost materials, providing immediate community impacts.
April 01, 2024

The SFMTA and SF Public Works delivered traffic calming improvements to enhance safety for people walking, biking, and driving in the Mission and Bernal Heights neighborhoods in District 9. We supported the project with $165,000 from the Neighborhood Program at the request of Transportation Authority Board Member Hilary Ronen (District 9).