Welcome to the San Francisco County Transportation Authority

Created in 1989, the Transportation Authority is responsible for long-range transportation planning for the city, and it analyzes, designs and funds improvements for San Francisco's roadway and public transportation networks. The Transportation Authority administers and oversees the delivery of the Prop K half-cent local transportation sales tax program. It also serves as the designated Congestion Management Agency (CMA) for San Francisco under state law, and acts as the San Francisco Program Manager for grants from the Transportation Fund for Clean Air (TFCA). Read more

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The San Francisco County Transportation Authority (Transportation Authority) invites proposals from interested firms for Computer Network and Maintenance Services, as necessary, to provide the Transportation Authority with on-site and on-call technology assistance for its computer and telephone systems. The proposal must respond to the specific scope of services described in Section III of this Request for Proposals (RFP). Proposals are due by Friday, September 5, 2014 at 2:00 p.m., at the Transportation Authority’s Offices. READ MORE

Improving All-Night Transportation in San Francisco

2-Clement Muni bus at the EmbarcaderoDo you travel in San Francisco late at night or early in the morning? Do you find it inconvenient or challenging? If so, we want to hear from you. We’re conducting a study on improving late-night and early-morning transportation and have launched a brief survey to learn more about the transportation needs and concerns of workers, residents and visitors who travel to, from and within San Francisco between midnight and 5am.

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The survey is open through Sunday, October 5, 2014. Your participation will help us better understand transportation needs during the hours when options are currently the most limited. You’ll also have a chance to win one of three Clipper transit cards worth $50.

Photo courtesy Thomas Hawk, Flickr Commons.


Ramp closure detour map

At 11 p.m. Monday September 22, SFCTA contractor O.C. Jones & Sons, Inc. will close the Folsom Street Off-Ramp from Westbound I-80 from the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge. Motorists will be directed to utilize either of two detour options to access Folsom Street:

Option 1: From West-Bound I-80 (From Oakland/Treasure Island) take the Harrison Street Exit and connect with Folsom Street at Fremont Street.

Option 2: From Westbound I-80 (from Oakland/Treasure Island) take the Fremont Street Exit and proceed LEFT at  Fremont Street, turn LEFT onto Howard Street, then turn LEFT onto First Street which will connect with Folsom Street.

See our Folsom Street Off-ramps project page for background and more details.

MyStreetSF Projects Map

MyStreetSF Projects Map logoMyStreetSF Projects Map thumbnailFrom signals to streetcars, bicycles to boulevards, from pedestrian safety to paving, the Transportation Authority provides funding for hundreds of transportation projects citywide. The MyStreetSF interactive map shows projects currently underway, proposed, and recently completed that are funded by, or prioritized for funding by the Transportation Authority, as well as those for which the we provide some level of oversight, in our role as Congestion Management Agency for San Francisco. The MyStreetSF interactive map allows you to search for projects by location, Supervisorial District, project type (e.g., bicycle, pedestrian safety, transit rehabilitation), project sponsor, or timeline. Click on a project on the map to see key information (e.g., short description, schedule, cost) and a link to the project page and/or project sponsor’s main page. The map page also includes information on city-wide projects and programs like Bicycle Education and Outreach. READ MORE

Join our Citizens Advisory Committees!

Citizens (or Community) Advisory Committees, also known as CACs, are an important part of our planning efforts: they give the public—community and business stakeholders—a voice in the direction and scope of many of our projects, analyze benefits and impacts on San Francisco’s many communities, and recommend courses of action.

We currently have one vacancy on our agency-wide CAC. If you’re interested, get in touch with us! Call 415.522.4800 or send us an email. We need your guidance and support!

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