The Transportation Authority supports community-based transportation improvements by leading and funding neighborhood-focused transportation planning studies. These efforts help address community transportation concerns and engage community leadership in the transportation planning process.
Over the last decade, the Transportation Authority has completed several neighborhood transportation plans (see below), working in collaboration with community groups and agency partners such as the Municipal Transportation Agency, the Department of Public Works, the Department of Public Health and other City agencies as appropriate.
The Transportation Authority also manages the Neighborhood Transportation Improvement Program, a Proposition K funded program established to support community-based neighborhood scale planning efforts in San Francisco neighborhoods, especially in underserved neighborhoods and areas with vulnerable populations (e.g. seniors, children, and/or people with disabilities).
Completed Neighborhood Transportation Plans:
- Mission-Geneva Neighborhood Transportation Plan (2007)
- Mission South of Chavez Neighborhood Transportation Plan (2007)
- Tenderloin/Little Saigon Community Transportation Study (2007)
- 19th Avenue Park Presidio Neighborhood Transportation Plan (2008)
- Bayview Hunters Point Neighborhood Transportation Plan (2010)
- Columbus Avenue Neighborhood Transportation Plan (2010)
- Western SOMA Neighborhood Transportation Plan (2012)
- Chinatown Neighborhood Transportation Plan and Pilot Study (2015)
- Potrero Hill Neighborhood Transportation Plan (2015)