ConnectSF is a multi-agency collaborative process to build an effective, equitable, and sustainable transportation system for San Francisco’s future.
In the previous phase of work, the ConnectSF program established a 50-year vision for San Francisco.
The current phase of work will identify transformative project concepts and policies for the city’s streets, freeways and transit network. Those improvements will help address San Francisco’s transportation needs and move the city closer to the vision for the future.
During 2020 and 2021, ConnectSF staff will gather community feedback and undertake technical work to produce two separate studies: the Streets and Freeways Study and Transit Corridors Study. See below for more detail on the two studies.
Streets and Freeways Study
The Streets and Freeways Study will identify and analyze changes to freeways, including interchanges, ramps, and express lanes, and major arterials to improve San Francisco’s transportation network. The study will also produce a set of white papers to explore how topics related to congestion management and transportation demand management could potentially be modified or implemented in San Francisco.
Transit Corridors Study
The Transit Corridors Study will lay the groundwork for building major, high capacity transit projects in San Francisco. It will develop and prioritize initial concepts for subways, bus rapid transit lines, and other improvements to create a rapid, reliable transit network.