Proposition K | Program Status

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Project News

Prop K is used to fund everything from signals to streetcars, bicycles to boulevards, and pedestrian safety improvements to paving. Projects are being put in the ground all the time. To see whether Prop K projects were recently completed in your neighborhood, please visit our Project News webpage and visit MyStreetSF, an interactive map, which shows all projects currently underway that are funded by, or prioritized for funding by the Transportation Authority, as well as those for which the Transportation Authority provides some level of oversight, in our role as Congestion Management Agency for San Francisco.

View updates on Prop K-funded major capital projects.

View updates on Prop K-funded studies and plans.

View the following links for information regarding Prop K funds allocated to date.

program status

Since Prop K’s inception in 2003, the Transportation Authority has allocated approximately $1 billion in local transportation sales tax revenues to Expenditure Plan transportation projects and programs to leverage many other federal, state, and local funds. All of the Expenditure Plan’s major capital projects are under construction or about to enter construction, and numerous key policy initiatives, from bicycle safety to variable pricing to complete streets to employer shuttle coordination and neighborhood circulation plans, are well on their way to implementation. 

View tables that provide Prop K activity detail (i.e. allocations and expenditures by Prop K Expenditure Plan category) for calendar year 2014.