A Growing Neighborhood
In the next 15 to 20 years, the Treasure Island Development Project will result in a San Francisco neighborhood of up to 8,000 homes — many offered at below-market rates — which will house more than 20,000 new residents.
Along with more housing, this new development includes extensive open space, hotels, restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. This new activity will result in tens of thousands of additional trips to and from the island each day, primarily using the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
Based on feedback from open houses, we have updated the proposed plan features:
- Proposed $250-$300 Monthly Stipend for All Current TI Households: Can be used to pay toll or any other use
- Revised Off-Peak and Weekend Toll Rates
- Toll Credit Requirements Lowered to 10 Trips per Month: Fewer trips needed to obtain toll credit
TRANSPORTATION PLAN GOALS
Promote walking and biking: Bike lanes and pedestrian paths, and Ford GoBike stations will make biking and walking around the island safe and enjoyable.
Provide high-quality transit: More Muni service, along with new AC Transit, ferry service and on-island shuttle, will help ensure that at least 50 percent of trips to and from the island are made using sustainable modes.
Reduce the need for car-ownership and use: People who drive will pay a toll for driving on and off of the island. The cost of housing will not include parking, so people who own cars will pay for parking separately. Access to car share vehicles will make it easier to live without owning a personal vehicle on the island.
Promote affordability: Subsidized transit passes and discounts to services like car and bike share will make transit affordable and accessible to longtime residents and people living in below market rate housing.
Learn more about the key features of the Treasure Island Transportation Plan.
NOTIFICATION OF UPCOMING CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES
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FOR MORE INFORMATION
To learn more about the Treasure Island Development Project, visit the Treasure Island Development Authority website.
SFCTA contact: Rachel Hiatt, Principal Transportation Planner for the Transportation Authority. Call 415-522-4809 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.