ConnectSF is a multi-agency collaboration process to build an effective, equitable, and sustainable transportation system for our future. The ConnectSF vision provides the guiding framework for creating or updating the following transportation plans. The graphic below shows the timeline and various elements of the ConnectSF program.
“What is the future of San Francisco as a place to live, work, and play in the next 30 and 50 years?”
2017 – 2018
San Francisco’s vision — generated by discussions with the public and ConnectSF Futures Task Force — anchors the city’s planning around the goals of equity, economic vitality, environmental sustainability, safety and livability, and accountability and engagement. This vision will serve as the foundation for the City’s future transportation plans and policies.
“What do we need to get to our vision for the future?”
Work begins on the San Francisco Transportation Plan 2050 (SFTP 2050)
and the Transportation Element of the General Plan
2019 – 2021
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.
“What are our priorities and implementation strategy?”
2019 – 2021
The Transportation Element of the General Plan defines the goals and policies for how people and goods circulate through San Francisco and codifies them in city code. It is a key component of the City’s General Plan, which provides a blueprint of policies and projects to shape and guide San Francisco’s physical development.