Congestion pricing would involve charging drivers a fee to drive in specific congested areas of downtown to keep traffic and transit moving.
This report provides an overview of existing state and local regulatory frameworks focusing on ride-hail companies, also known as TNCs.
The Geneva-Harney Bus Rapid Transit line is a proposed rapid transit service that will provide existing and future neighborhoods along the San Mateo-San Francisco County border with a rapid bus connection to regional transit service.
This study explored the effectiveness of parking-based approaches to manage traffic congestion in San Francisco.
Released in 2015, the SFMTA-led Waterfront Transportation Assessment analyzed transportation investments needed order to meet the needs of our growing city.
The Balboa Area Transportation Demand Management Framework process was designed to initiate collaboration between the City, City College of San Francisco, and surrounding neighborhoods in the effort to encourage sustainable transportation choices in the area.
The Pennsylvania Avenue Extension project will support future uninterrupted passenger rail service through San Francisco.
Geary Bus Rapid Transit will improve Geary Boulevard with much-needed safety improvements and faster, more reliable bus service for the 54,000 people who use the 38 Geary and 38R Geary Rapid bus routes every day.
This report provides the first comprehensive estimates of Uber and Lyft activity in the city.
The Salesforce Transit Center is San Francisco’s new regional transit hub.
As San Francisco's Congestion Management Agency, we monitor activity on our city's transportation network and adopt plans for mitigating traffic congestion.
The Van Ness Improvement Project is bringing San Francisco its first Bus Rapid Transit system.
Express and carpool lanes on the 101 and I-280 freeways could help move more people in fewer vehicles.
This report provides the first comprehensive analysis of how Transportation Network Companies Uber and Lyft collectively have affected roadway congestion in San Francisco.
Getting children to school and aftercare in San Francisco is often challenging, particularly for households with multiple children, each of whom may be bound for different destinations.