We continue to work with the governor’s office, and state and local representatives to identify solutions to congestion in the area.
BART Perks was a six-month test program to explore new ways to reduce crowding on BART.
The Central Subway will extend the Muni T-Third line north from Fourth and King streets, traveling mostly underground to Chinatown.
The District 4 Mobility Study will explore ways to increase the use of non-automobile modes in the Outer Sunset and Parkside neighborhoods.
The Transportation Authority is creating a School Access Plan for San Francisco to recommend transportation solutions for K-5 students and their families.
The Downtown Extension is a plan to extend Caltrain and future California High-Speed Rail service from 4th and King rail yard to the newly-constructed Salesforce Transit Center.
The Transbay Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan 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.
The Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency is preparing to pilot an autonomous shuttle service on Treasure Island to better understand how such a service could meet the needs of people traveling around the neighborhood.
The Treasure Island Transportation Program will address the island's growing transportation needs with a goal to have at least 50 percent of trips made by transit instead of private vehicles.
This study aims to convene a working group to identify low- and zero-emission delivery approaches in the broader downtown area.