Congestion pricing would involve charging drivers a fee to drive in specific congested areas of downtown to keep traffic and transit moving.
Public-private partnerships with emerging mobility companies may result in new opportunities to improve San Francisco’s transportation network.
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.
This study focused on improving residents’ access to groceries, health appointments, after-school programs, and other important services.
This community-based transportation plan for the southern Potrero Hill neighborhood of San Francisco identified transportation priorities at the neighborhood scale.
The Bi-County Transportation Study evaluated potential transportation improvements needed to address significant current and anticipated land use growth on both sides of the San Francisco/San Mateo county line.
The SFMTA will develop recommendations and conceptual designs for safety and accessibility improvements for up to 1.5 miles of Fulton Street between Stanyan and LaPlaya.
The goal of the Frederick and Clayton Traffic Calming Project is to increase visibility of pedestrians and improve pedestrian safety on Frederick and Clayton streets.
This plan focused on strategies to improve pedestrian safety on two high pedestrian-injury corridors in Chinatown: Broadway Street between Van Ness and Columbus Avenues, and Kearny Street between Bush and Jackson Streets.
Released in 2015, the SFMTA-led Waterfront Transportation Assessment analyzed transportation investments needed order to meet the needs of our growing city.
Finalized in April 2017, the Alemany Interchange Improvement Study outlined a list of safety and accessibility recommendations for the Alemany interchange.
Plan Bay Area is a 25-year plan that establishes the nine-county Bay Area region’s vision for land use and transportation.
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.