Bayview Community Shuttle
Upcoming Outreach Events
The Bayview Community Shuttle team will be holding at least 15 outreach events over the 2023 calendar year in the Bayview. Attend an event or take our survey, which closes Sept 30. Read our September project update or our blog celebrating the launch of the Transportation Resource Center (TRC) and our new TRC flyer.
Check back here for schedule updates!
- Sept 20: One Bayview webinar with D10 Supervisor Shamann Walton, RSVP here, 6:00-7:15PM
- Sept 25: African American Citywide Historic Context Statement Open Forum, Dr George W Davis Senior Center, 1753 Carroll Ave, 4:00-7:00PM
- Sept 29: Bayview-Hunters Point Book Fair, Bayview Opera House, 4705 3rd St, 3:00-5:00PM
- Oct 5: Workforce Development Committee meeting, location TBD, 10:00-11:00AM
- Oct 10: Transportation Resource Center Committee meeting, CYC offices, 5009 3rd St, 10:00-11:00AM
- Oct 11: Shuttle Outreach Committee meeting, Bayview Linda Brooks-Burton Library, 5075 3rd St, 11:30AM-12:30PM
- Oct 13: Bayview National Night Out, Bayview Opera House (3rd & Oakdale), 4:00-6:00PM
- Oct 18: Community Congress, Southeast Community Center, 1550 Evans Ave, 5:30-7:30PM
The “Our Community, Our Shuttle” program (Bayview Shuttle) is a three-year grant-funded program to bring community shuttle service, workforce development, transportation resources, and community oversight to the Bayview-Hunters Point community. The Bayview Shuttle runs from Early 2024 through March of 2026.
The Bayview Shuttle program operates as a dynamic shuttle for rides anywhere within Bayview-Hunters Point, hailing rides either through a cellphone app or a tri-lingual call center. Shuttle fares are integrated into the Clipper Card and Muni fare systems for a seamless transportation experience. The program includes a community-driven outreach process to build a shuttle service plan that directly meets community travel needs.
The Bayview Shuttle program also includes:
- A workforce development program to recruit, train, and hire Bayview residents as drivers for the shuttle. Participants will earn Teamster-equivalent wages and benefits, with a path to employment as a Muni operator.
- A Transportation Resource Center storefront on 3rd Street where residents can get connected with transportation information and services.
- A Community Congress to provide community-driven oversight of program progress & delivery
The Bayview Shuttle is funded by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) through their Sustainable Equity Transportation Project (STEP). STEP is a project within the California Climate Investments, a statewide initiative that puts billions of Cap-and-Trade dollars at work reducing greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment – particularly in disadvantaged communities.
The Bayview Shuttle program represents part of SFMTA’s continuing efforts to address the impacts in Bayview-Hunters Point of decades of structural and institutional racism. The program has been community-driven from its outset and will continue to center the needs, voices, and priorities of the residents of Bayview-Hunters Point throughout its implementation. The program’s goals are:
Improve Community Mobility: Connect residents to critical destinations, especially those most geographically isolated or those most vulnerable to transportation challenges.
Improve Community Health & Reduce Emissions: Reduce automobile reliance and emissions in a community with a long history of emissions-based chronic health conditions. Reduce stress through more mobility options that fit trip needs. Support city-adopted Climate Action goals.
Invest in the Community and Create Jobs: Create sustainable opportunities for employment and wealth-building to complement transportation solutions.
Connect Residents to Transportation Solutions: Increase resident awareness of all the transportation services available to them and increase enrollment in free or reduced-cost Muni pass programs.
Support and Supplement Existing Transit Services: Use the community shuttle to supplement existing Muni service, never to replace it. Use ridership data from the community shuttle to improve Muni effectiveness in the future.
Build Community Relationships & Ensure Community Control: Maintaining trust with the community is critical. The program team will hold regular meetings in Bayview-Hunters Point to encourage resident participation, to demonstrate transparency, and to ensure accountability.
Community Shuttle outreach & marketing:
- Hunters Point Family
- Community Youth Center of San Francisco
- MNC Inspiring Success – Evans Campus
- San Francisco African American Arts & Cultural District
Transportation Resource Center:
How to Get Involved
The Bayview Shuttle program wants to deliver a transportation solution that serves the needs of today’s residents in Bayview-Hunters Point. To do that, we need your help! Here are some ways to get involved:
- Shuttle Service Planning – Our community partners are holding over 15 events in the Bayview between Spring and Fall of 2023 to build the shuttle’s service plan. Keep an eye on our schedule for opportunities to participate.
- Join a Project Committee – Project Committees will meet once every three months to review project progress. Meetings are held in the Bayview and are open the public.
- Join the Community Congress – the Community Congress meets once every three months and acts as an oversight body for program delivery. Meetings are held in the Bayview and are open to the public.
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