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).
March 27, 2024

In 2014, San Francisco adopted Vision Zero as an ambitious policy goal. Vision Zero represents the City’s commitment to creating safer, more livable streets with the goal of eliminating all traffic fatalities and severe injuries.
March 19, 2024

We joined State Senators Scott Wiener and Aisha Wahab, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, BART, SFMTA, and transportation officials to celebrate National Transit Appreciation Day and the introduction of the Connect Bay Area Act.
March 15, 2024

Several projects were awarded critical grant funding to improve local and regional transportation. These investments will support vital improvements to connect communities, improve transit service, and advance equitable access.
March 11, 2024

We joined SF Public Works, District 5 Transportation Authority Board Member Dean Preston, and the community to celebrate Arbor Day at District 5’s Neighborhood Beautification Day.
February 27, 2024

Our board approved over $10 million in San Francisco’s voter-approved half-cent sales tax for transportation to support the SFMTA’s SF Paratransit program. SF Paratransit is a service of SFMTA that provides van and taxi services to people with disabilities who are unable to use public transit independently.
February 23, 2024

The Transportation Authority is developing the District 1 Multimodal Transportation Study at the request of District 1 Transportation Authority Board Member Connie Chan to explore ways to improve walking, biking, and transit trips, as well as reduce vehicle trips and greenhouse gas emissions in the neighborhood.
February 19, 2024

Bayview-Hunter’s Point is nestled along the southeastern waterfront of San Francisco and is home to many historical buildings, recreation areas, and local businesses. The Transportation Authority continues to invest in transportation improvements to serve this culturally rich and historically significant community.
February 14, 2024

New Transportation Authority-funded electric vehicle fast chargers open for use in the Inner Richmond and Outer Richmond. The Transportation Authority supported the expansion of this charging infrastructure with $200,000 in funding from the Transportation Fund for Clean Air.