By 2035, the Treasure Island neighborhood will grow by up to 8,000 homes—many offered at below-market rates—housing more than 20,000 new residents. Along with more housing, this new development includes extensive open space, hotels, restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues.
This new activity will result in tens of thousands of additional trips to and from the island each day. The Transportation Authority is developing a transportation program for the island to ensure at least 50 percent of trips are made by walking, biking, and taking transit.
The Treasure Island Transportation Program is governed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in their capacity as the Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency Board.
Transportation Program Goals
Promote walking and biking: Bike lanes, pedestrian paths, and Ford GoBike stations will make biking and walking around the island safe and enjoyable.
Provide high-quality transit: More Muni service, along with new AC Transit, ferry service, and an on-island shuttle will help ensure that at least 50 percent of trips to and from the island are made using sustainable modes.
Reduce the need for car-ownership and use: People who drive will pay a toll for driving on and off of the island. The cost of housing will not include parking, so people who own cars will pay for parking separately. Access to car share vehicles will make it easier to live without owning a personal vehicle on the island.
Promote affordability: Subsidized transit passes and discounts to services like car and bike share will make transit affordable and accessible to longtime residents and people living in below market rate housing.
Timeline and Status
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Programs Under Development
Transit, walking, and biking Improvements
- Increased Muni service
- New AC Transit Service
- New ferry service to San Francisco
- Free on-island shuttle
- Bike share, car share, and programs like carpool matching and an emergency ride home program
- Walking paths and pedestrian-only streets
- Bike lanes
Proposed Treasure Island Transit Pass
The Treasure Island Transit Pass will be accessible to anyone living or working on Treasure Island or Yerba Buena Island. The pass will be available on Clipper Card.
- Unlimited rides on all Muni, AC Transit, and the Treasure Island ferry
- Monthly cost will be based on household eligibility (market or below-market rate)
- Required for each new market-rate household
- Optional for below market rate and longtime households to purchase at a 50 percent discount
Proposed Affordability Program
Residents who live in Below Market Rate households will qualify for the Affordability Program, which is under development.
Proposed Toll Policy
Tolls incentivize smart choices on when and how people travel. Toll revenue will fund new and expanded island transit services and mobility improvements.
- Private vehicles will be tolled for entering and exiting the island.
- Tolling will use FasTrak and other easy on-Island toll payment options
- The Affordability Program (under development) will include toll credits and/or discounts
The Transportation Authority is working closely with Treasure Island residents, businesses, community organizations, housing providers, island developers, and the Treasure Island Development Authority on the transportation program.
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Resolution approving the Treasure Island Mobility Management Study Toll Policy Recommendations. Includes the Treasure Island Mobility Management Study itself, as well as a memo to the Treasure Island Mobility Management Committee recommending approval.
A preliminary set recommendations for the congestion toll aspect of the Treasure Island Mobility Management Program.
Overview of key findings from the Fall 2014 Treasure Island Transportation Survey.
Economic Development Conveyance Memorandum of Agreement between the Treasure Island Development Agency and US Navy
Establishes the terms, conditions and schedule governing the transfer of title of the former Naval Station Treasure Island property excluding property to be retained by the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Jobs Corp to TIDA.
Resolution designating the San Francisco County Transportation Authority as the Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency for certain purposes pursuant to the Treasure Island Transportation Management Act.
Resolution recommending that the Treasure Island Development Authority and San Francisco Board of Supervisors designate the Transportation Authority as the Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency to implement the Treasure Island Transportation Program.
Formative plan that identifies key principles, policies, and strategies for the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island transportation program.
The Design for Development describes the overarching vision, as well as specific design standards and guidelines that will guide development. The Design for Development implements the Treasure Island / Yerba Buena Island Special Use District of the San Francisco Planning Code. Approved by the Board of Supervisors.
Approved in 2011, the Disposition and Development Agreement governs the developer's ability to develop the project through a series of Major Phases and Sub-phases, as well as the developer's obligations with respect to project elements including public infrastructure, affordable housing and community benefits.
The Final Environmental Impact Report provides an overview of the environmental impacts related to redevelopment of Treasure Island, as well as the proposed methods for mitigation of these impacts.
Authorizes pricing program by enacting the Treasure Island Transportation Management Act. Calls for a Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency to manage implementation and operations of TITIP transportation program on Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island.