Vision Zero Proactive Traffic Calming is a program of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency to improve safety on streets where pedestrian injuries to seniors and people with disabilities are concentrated and priority areas where seniors and people with disabilities live and travel.
The SFMTA-led District 3 Pedestrian Safety Improvements project will focus on planning, design, and construction of pedestrian safety improvements on and near Kearny Street.
The Central Subway will extend the Muni T-Third line north from Fourth and King streets, traveling mostly underground to Chinatown.
The Slow Duboce Triangle Study, also called Vision Slow Triangle or Duboce Triangle Vision 2030, was led by the Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association and engaged the community in workshops to understand the visions for the future of the Duboce Triangle neighborhood.
The Jane Warner Plaza Renovation Project will focus on improvements to pedestrian and bicycle safety in this busy multi-modal node. SFPW and SFMTA staff will coordinate with community stakeholders and other agencies, and analyze, propose, and develop schematics. This effort seeks to make permanent some temporary features that serve pedestrian safety, to enhance safety of the intersection at Castro and Market Streets, while considering adjustments to adjacent SFMTA infrastructure that will allow the plaza and space to better serve the community for transit and pedestrian uses.
The Transportation Authority is developing a business plan that will define an on-demand microtransit shuttle service within District 4.
The SFMTA’s Folsom-Howard Streetscape Project will make it safer and more pleasant to walk, bike, shop and live along Folsom and Howard streets.
The District 4 Mobility Study will explore ways to increase the use of non-automobile modes in the Outer Sunset and Parkside neighborhoods.
The West Side Bridges Retrofit will seismically retrofit eight existing bridge structures along Treasure Island Road to meet current seismic safety standards.
The Transportation Authority is creating a School Access Plan for San Francisco to recommend transportation solutions for K-5 students and their families.
The Brotherhood Way Safety and Circulation Plan will develop near- and long-term concepts to improve safety, circulation, and connectivity through the Brotherhood Way and Alemany Boulevard corridors and on surrounding streets.
ConnectSF is a multi-agency collaborative process to build an effective, equitable, and sustainable transportation system for San Francisco’s future.
The Caltrain Electrification project will bring fully electrified service to Caltrain.
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.
This Community Based Transportation Plan for Portsmouth square will analyze the new park design and explore existing transportation and circulation around the park.