Transportation 2030

Project Overview

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Transportation 2030 will help make it easier, faster and safer to get around San Francisco. Proposed for San Francisco's November 2014 ballot, it's a strategic infrastructure investment program to create better roads, improved transit and safer streets citywide. Through three ballot measures and two funding sources, it would provide $1.5 billion to complete critical transportation infrastructure projects throughout the city by 2030. The funds will be invested in street repaving, new Muni vehicles, Muni reliability upgrades, safety and accessibility improvements, widened sidewalks, safer bikeways, and more.

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It can be stressful to get around in San Francisco. Every day we endure potholed roadways, old and crowded Muni buses and trains, and disorderly streets that can leave us feeling vulnerable.

Our transportation system didn’t get like this overnight – it fell into disrepair after decades of underinvestment. For years the funds available federally and from the State of California have been insufficient to address San Francisco’s pressing infrastructure needs.

We need to invest in our roads, public transit network, walkways and bikeways to make them safer, more reliable and more efficient for all. San Franciscans cannot depend on the state or federal governments to invest in fixing our city’s problems now. In order to create better roads, improved transit and safer streets, we’ll need to invest in them using local funds.

Transportation 2030 will help make it easier, faster and safer to get around San Francisco. Proposed for San Francisco's November 2014 ballot, it's a strategic infrastructure investment program to invest in better roads, improved transit and safer streets citywide. Through three ballot measures and two funding sources, it would provide $1.5 billion to complete critical transportation infrastructure projects throughout the city by 2030. The funds would be invested in street repaving, new Muni vehicles, Muni reliability upgrades, safety and accessibility improvements, widened sidewalks, safer bikeways, and more.

Funds will go toward the three investment categories described below. Learn more by visiting the Transportation 2030 website at www.sftransportation2030.com.

Better Roads

Good road conditions are essential for everyone who travels in San Francisco, whether in a car, on Muni, walking or by bike. Transportation 2030 will provide a long-term, dependable funding source for safer and smoother streets citywide. 

Improved Transit

Hundreds of thousands of people use Muni every day, but after years of underinvestment, Muni is often slow, crowded and unreliable. Transportation 2030 will make Muni faster, less crowded and more reliable by adding new vehicles, speeding up transit lanes, and more.

Safer Streets

In San Francisco, most of our trips involve walking at some point, and we should all feel safe on foot, on a bicycle, in a wheelchair or with a stroller. Transportation 2030 will make city streets safer for everyone by investing in improvements that better organize and enhance the safety of our walkways and roads. 

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