San Francisco is a locus of Autonomous Vehicle (AV) deployment, including commercial AV passenger services and our Treasure Island Loop AV Shuttle Pilot. San Francisco continues to support the potential benefits of automated driving, provided deployment occurs in an incremental manner.
This project will modernize the roadway and provide additional space for pedestrians and bicyclists.
Prop L will help deliver safer, smoother streets, more reliable transit, reduce congestion, and more.
San Francisco County Transportation Authority Recognized for Excellence in Financial Reporting for Sixth Consecutive Year
Recognition demonstrates the agency's excellent transparency and stewardship of public funds.
In late October, the Transportation Authority joined the Self Help Counties Coalition to host the 34th Annual Focus on the Future Conference which brough together leaders from across California to share recent innovations and explore future directions in transportation.
The San Francisco County Transportation Authority has released its “Transportation Capital Projects Delivery Study,” commissioned by Chair Rafael Mandelman and prior Vice-Chair Aaron Peskin to examine ways to improve delivery of large scale, complex transportation projects in San Francisco.
The Transportation Authority has launched fall outreach events for the Brotherhood Way Safety and Circulation Plan and is exploring ways to help improve safety, circulation, and connectivity for people walking, driving, and biking through the Brotherhood Way and Alemany Boulevard corridors.
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.
The Loop is a free autonomous shuttle that operates every day of the week from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Loop operates on a fixed route and has an attendant on the vehicle at all times.