Contact: Eric Young, San Francisco County Transportation Authority
The San Francisco County Transportation Authority has unveiled MyStreetSF, the newest way to learn about transportation improvements across the city.
The online map shows projects funded by the Transportation Authority, which collects and distributes San Francisco’s local half-cent sales tax for transportation, among other funding sources.
By entering an address or search term, users will find a list of nearby projects that are completed or underway. Unique features of the map allow users to browse a given area, zoom, and select project information, then download and share it easily. The site also has helpful layers to designate the city’s supervisorial district boundaries, Vision Zero high-injury network, and Communities of Concern.
"From signals to streetcars and bike boulevards to curb extensions, the newMyStreetSF site allows users to track how their local taxes are helping deliver critical transportation improvements in San Francisco," said Tilly Chang, Transportation Authority Executive Director. "We hope residents and businesses will use the newMyStreetSF tool to stay engaged in local and regional transportation projects in their neighborhood and across the city."
In addition to highlighting projects funded by the half-cent sales tax, the map also shows projects the Transportation Authority funds and oversees in its role as the county’s Congestion Management Agency. These include federal, state, and regional dollars and local vehicle registration fees.
MyStreetSF is a resource for anyone who wants to learn about the myriad transportation improvement projects happening across San Francisco - or in their own neighborhood. Want to know more about a particular project once it is highlighted on
the map? Click on the "More details" link and you’ll see project cost, the agency leading the project and where to go for more information.
To learn more, watch a video about the new and improved MyStreetSF site.
About the San Francisco County Transportation Authority
The San Francisco County Transportation Authority’s mission is to make travel safer, healthier, and easier for all. We plan, fund, and deliver local and regional projects to improve travel choices for residents, commuters, and visitors throughout the city. The Transportation Authority Board consists of the 11 members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, who act as Transportation Authority Commissioners. Commissioner Aaron Peskin is Chair of the Board. Tilly Chang is the Transportation Authority’s Executive Director.