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.
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.
Plan Bay Area is a 25-year plan that establishes the nine-county Bay Area region’s vision for land use and transportation.
The aim of the Anza Street Bike Lanes project is to improve safety and accessibility for bicyclists on Anza Street.
Transportation Authority Board Member Norman Yee (D7) engaged District 7 residents in an inclusive participatory budgeting process to identify projects that will improve the safety and quality of its neighborhoods. Through this process, the residents and stakeholders requested traffic calming and pedestrian safety measures at specific locations.
The SFMTA’s Sansome and Battery Connections Project will improve walking and bicycling between the Embarcadero and the Financial District by providing an alternative route parallel to the Embarcadero corridor.
The SFMTA’s Divisadero Intersection Improvements project will improve ten intersections on a segment of Divisadero between Turk and Haight streets.
The main goal of this project is to address community concerns surrounding safety for people biking and walking along Arguello Boulevard.
Segments of Alemany Boulevard between Sickles Avenue and Mission Street are part of the city’s High-Injury Network. The SFMTA is exploring ways to make Alemany Boulevard safer for all road users. This study builds on prior work by the SFMTA and San Francisco Planning Department.
This project aims to increase pedestrian safety and comfort along Lower Great Highway by implementing pedestrian improvements and traffic calming measures.
Street safety improvements are coming to “the Hairball,” a busy intersection between Potrero Hill and the Mission.
The SFMTA will study how to improve bike safety and access to and within Lake Merced Park.
The Jefferson Streetscape Improvement Project aims to improve street safety on the main street of Fisherman’s Wharf.