The Bayview Hunters Point Mobility Study focused on improving residents’ access to groceries, health appointments, after-school programs, and other important services.
The study convened a Transportation Working Group comprised of local leaders, representatives from community-based organizations, and a technical team in 2012. After consideration of many options, working group members recommended a vehicle sharing and a volunteer driver program to best serve community needs. The working group developed a Business Plan in 2013, outlining the pilot implementation approach for a van sharing service.
The Transportation Working Group later formed a Community Advisory Board and implemented a van sharing pilot serving Bayview Community Business Organizations. The pilot ended in June 2017 but some of the mobility services have continued under the direction of Bayview Senior Services.
The Transportation Authority led the study, partnering with the San Francisco Department of Public Health’s Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Zone initiative, B-MAGIC, a number of community-based organizations, and UCSF’s SF Health Improvement Partnerships.
Cost and Funding
This study was funded by Caltrans and San Francisco’s Prop K transportation sales tax funds.
Bayview Moves Brochure (PDF)
Final Report and Business Plan, 2013 (PDF) and Appendices (PDF)
Related report: Bayview Hunters Point Neighborhood Transportation Plan, 2010 (PDF)
Warren Logan, Senior Planner, email@example.com