From signals to streetcars, your Prop K sales tax dollars at work
Use the widgets to the right to search by type of project (e.g., street repair or bicycle), projects near a specific street address or by Supervisorial District, projects that will be done by a certain date, etc. On the resulting map, click on any project to see a summary of key information, including a brief description, current status, and scheduled completion date. For more information, click on the project name.
See citywide projects and plans (below the map) for a list of projects and plans that are not location-specific—which don’t appear on the map.
Download a fact sheet pointing out the salient features of the map.
Download your search results as a spreadsheet
Right-click this link: Save as Spreadsheet and choose "Save Link As..." to save the document to your computer. Name the file with a ".csv" suffix.
Click on this link to return to the SFCTA's MAIN WEB SITE
Click on the links to the right to access project information for citywide projects and plans that are not shown on the map.
We are looking for comments about the map or about active, complete, or proposed projects. Please let us know what you think.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the SFCTA interactive map, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See a list of website links for San Francisco agencies, regional transit operators and other useful transportation-related websites.
This map only shows transportation projects funded or prioritized for funding by the SFCTA, as well as those for which SFCTA is responsible for some level of oversight acting in its capacity as Congestion Management Agency (CMA) for San Francisco. SFCTA does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information shown on the map, but welcome your feedback so we can continually improve the map.
Except as to the preceding language regarding SFCTA's purpose for the map as identifying projects funded by the SFTCA or overseen by the CMA, the SFCTA makes no representation or warranties of any kind concerning the map, express, implied, statutory, or otherwise, including, without limitation, warranties of title, merchantibity, fitness for a particular purpose, noninfringement, or the absence of latent or other defects, accuracy, or the presence or absence of errors, whether or not discoverable.
Google Fusion Tables can have difficulty loading all appropriate colors for map applications with this level of detail. The MyStreetSF Team is working with Google to solve this issue. Until the issue is solved, it can often be alleviated by zooming in or out on the Google Map until the colors appear correctly. All other functions of the map are working despite the color display issues.