drawing of sf transportation future


ConnectSF is a multi-agency collaborative process to build an effective, equitable, and sustainable transportation system for San Francisco’s future. ConnectSF has defined a 50-year vision of San Francisco’s future that represents our priorities, goals, and aspirations as a city within the larger Bay Area. That vision is guiding plans for the city and its transportation system as agencies work to identify needed transit, streets, and highway improvements.

ConnectSF will help inform the following transportation plans and policy documents:


ConnectSF website

Project/Study Partners

  • San Francisco County Transportation Authority
  • SF Planning
  • Office of the Mayor
  • San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development




Visualizing our 2050 Statement of Needs

Learn more about the transportation gaps and challenges we identified as part of our 2050 Statement of Needs (PDF). You can also view the Transportation Authority Board Presentation (PDF) or take a tour of the interactive maps below.

Related programs


Updated every four years, the San Francisco Transportation Plan is the blueprint for the city's transportation system development and investment over the next 30 years.

The Subway Vision explores the expansion of San Francisco's subway network.

Plan Bay Area is a 25-year plan that establishes the nine-county Bay Area region’s vision for land use and transportation.

The study will focus on the first phase of planning and development.

The Transbay Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan Supplement presents a holistic approach for managing congestion, improving safety, and maximizing traffoc flow for all travel modes and incorporates measures to reduce air pollution and greenhouse gases.