Rendering of planned developments for Treasure Island

Agency staff have prepared a proposed toll policy for businesses and workers on Treasure Island, based on public input and technical analysis. 

The toll policy, expected to go into effect in 2024, has the following elements:

  • Applies to all existing not-for-profit entities and existing food distribution & food service establishments 
  • Employers are provided a quarterly subsidy based on number of employees
  • Employer should prioritize compensation for low-income employees 
  • Remaining balance may be used to compensate deliveries, vendors, visitors, and/or customers
  • Employer may use the subsidy to add to a toll tag (FasTrak) balance or as cash payment
  • TIMMA will evaluate and adjust the program after 12 months in consultation with eligible employers 

Come hear more about our toll policy proposal at an online outreach event on Tuesday, September 14, 2021; 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

WHEN: Tuesday , September 14, 2021; 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m
WHERE: Zoom meeting
Meeting ID: 879 4694 0953
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At this outreach event, we’ll answer your questions and take your comments.  

We will be presenting this business/worker toll policy to the Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency Committee on September 21, 2021 at 11:00 AM.

Reminder: The Transportation Authority Board (comprised of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors) decided existing Treasure Island residents will not pay the toll. More information at this link (PDF).

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