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Potrero Yard Modernization Project

Potrero Yard Reimagined – Building a Bus Yard that Blends in with the Neighborhood

Conceptual Design Sketches

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17th and Bryant streets

Mariposa and Hampshire streets

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Project Introduction

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In 2017, the SFMTA launched the Building Progress Program$1.2 billion multi-year effort, to repair, renovate, and modernize the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's (SFMTA) aging facilities to keep the City moving.

Potrero Yard, located at Bryant and Mariposa streets, is the first site scheduled under the Program that the SFMTA  will modernize and renovate. 

The Potrero Yard Modernization Project will replace the obsolete two-story maintenance building and bus yard with a modern, three-story, efficient bus maintenance and storage garage, equipped to serve the SFMTA’s growing fleet as it transitions to battery electric vehicles.

A modern Potrero Yard will better serve our customers by facilitating more reliable and convenient bus service, and by making service more resilient in the event of a natural disaster.


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Project Timeline 
2018 to 2021
2021 to 2023
2023 to 2026
Receive new buses
Cost Estimate
$500 m (in 2019 dollars and exclusive of costs not directly related to construction)
Current Phase or Stage
Predicted Completion
Project Status
Environmental Review
Project Success
On schedule
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Provide needed space for a growing bus fleet.
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Facilitate the transition to a battery electric fleet.
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Improve the efficiency and timeliness of bus maintenance and repairs.
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Improve working conditions for all staff and enhance resiliency to climate change and natural disasters.

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Contact Information
Potrero Yard
Licinia Iberri, Project Manager
Rafe Rabalais, Long Range Asset Planning Manager
Adrienne Heim, Public Information Officer