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Final TEP EIR Documents Now Available

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Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP) Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) - Responses to Comments Document

The Planning Department has prepared a Responses to Comments document for the TEP Draft EIR.  The combined Draft EIR and Responses to Comments document represents the final TEP EIR.

Supplemental Service Variants for the TEP EIR Memorandum to the San Francisco Planning Commission

As a result of comments received on the Draft EIR and ongoing Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP) outreach, the SFMTA has proposed several supplemental variants to the Service Improvements component of the project and a related minor modification to the Service-related Capital Improvement component of the TEP.  This Memorandum is now available on the Planning Department's website.

Community Guide to the Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP)

In addition, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) has prepared a guide for the Transit Effectivenss Project (TEP) called, "A Community Guide to the Transit Effectiveness Project," in response to public comments received about the merit of the TEP proposals.

Specfically, this document addresses merit comments received in response to the Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR), published on July 10, 2013, and other comments received as part of various public outreach initiatives.  This guide provides an overview of the TEP and presents information that particularly addresses concerns related to route restructuring, stop consolidation, parking removal, and trade-offs for those traveling by private automobiles. 

NOTE: The Community Guide was written prior to the TEP’s most recent round of outreach and does not capture proposal modifications for routes 3, 6, 8X, 12, 17, 27, 28, 28L, and 35, which were developed based on community feedback. Please see details about our current proposals and revisions to get the most up-to-date information. We will update the Community Guide to incorporate these modifications and any additional modifications that are made during the SFMTA Board of Directors review process.