View of looking down Market Street

Half-Cent Sales Tax for Transportation

San Francisco's voter-approved half-cent sales tax for transportation.

Street repaving happening on McAllister

Prop AA Vehicle Registration Fee

Proposition AA is a voter-approved $10 annual vehicle registration fee that supports high-impact transportation projects that provide tangible benefits in the short term.

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Lifeline Transportation Program

The Lifeline Transportation Program funds projects that improve transportation in low-income communities and address needs identified through local planning efforts involving outreach to low-income populations.

Bicyclists on Mansell Street

One Bay Area Grant Program

The One Bay Area Grant program supports commitments to regional transportation priorities while also advancing the Bay Area's land-use and housing goals. 

Bike racks at Rosa Parks Elementary

Transportation Fund for Clean Air

The Transportation Fund for Clean Air supports bicycle, pedestrian, and other transportation projects that help clean the air by reducing motor vehicle emissions.

A man entering a Lyft ride-hail vehicle. Photo credit: Sergio Ruiz


The tax is placed on rides provided by commercial ride-hail companies. The Transportation Authority administers half of the funds for street safety improvements. The other half goes to the SFMTA for transit improvements.

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Funding Opportunities

Information on funding opportunities from the Transportation Authority and other agencies, along with guidelines for using federal funding. 

An image of buses and people walking on Market Street in the early evening

Other Funding Sources

San Francisco faces a $22 billion funding gap for our transportation system through 2045. Learn about local, regional, and statewide efforts that are working to help bridge this funding gap.