Updated every four years, the San Francisco Transportation Plan is the blueprint for the city’s transportation system development and investment over the next 30 years. The plan analyzes all transportation options like transit, walking, driving, and biking to set investment priorities and advance the city’s goal to build an effective, equitable, and sustainable transportation system. The SFTP also positions San Francisco projects for federal, state, and regional funds.
The SFTP is part of the ConnectSF long-range transportation planning program and is consistent with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Plan Bay Area 2050, the long-range transportation plan for the nine-county Bay Area.
San Francisco Transportation Plan 2050
Growth and revenue estimates used in the plan are based on MTC’s regional long-term forecasts developed as part of Plan Bay Area 2050. The San Francisco Transportation Plan investments and policies build towards ConnectSF’s goals around equity, economic vitality, environmental sustainability, and safety and livability.
The SFTP draws from previous phases of ConnectSF, including the Transit Strategy and Streets and Freeways Strategy, community input, San Francisco’s 2021 Climate Action Plan, and multiple neighborhood, citywide, and regional transportation plans. The priorities in the SFTP are informed by technical analyses, community input and interagency collaboration.