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Transportation Recovery Plan Chart

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

San Francisco is currently in Level 3A: Expansion of trips to neighborhood commercial corridors and to large institutional employers. 

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Level 1

Level 2

Level 3A

Level 3B

Level 4A

Level 4B

Level 5

Level 6

Conditions

Shelter-in-place. Essential trips only.

Increase in trips for outdoor recreation and to neighborhood commercial (pick-up/ delivery). Neighborhood commercial.

Expansion of trips to neighborhood commercial corridors and to large institutional employers

Increased trips to neighborhood commercial corridors.

School trips. Trips to commercial corridors stablize. Start of increased trips downtown.

Trips to downtown increase until transit and roadway capacity is exceeded.

Relaxation of distancing requirements permits transit to carry more people per vehicle, allowing trips downtown to increase.

Health orders lifted permitting return of travel behaviors to ‘new normal.’

Muni Service

Core Service

Increased frequency on Core Service routes

Core Service + two additional routes, and capacity increases

No change

Rail service resumes. Expansion of coverage and frequencies.

No change

Final expansion of service coverage and frequencies

Resume special Muni service plans for historic vehicles and special events

Temporary Emergency Transit Lanes

Existing network

No change

Begin installation of temporary treatments in critical locations

Continuing targeted temporary treatments installation

Continuing targeted temporary treatments installation

Continuing targeted temporary treatments installation

Wrap up installation of temporary treatment; install permanently legislated lanes

Resume regular Muni Forward program

Bicycle Network

Existing network

No change

Begin installation of previously approved bike lanes

Continue installation of previously approved bike lanes

Continue installation of previously approved bike lanes

Continue installation of previously approved bike lanes

Potential expansion of bicycle network

Resume bike network expansion program

Slow Streets

5 corridors

Citywide expansion of Slow Streets program

Continued expansion of Slow Streets locations

Continued expansion of Slow Streets locations

Program includes permanent Quick Build features

No change

Slow Streets becomes ongoing tool for short term street closures

No change

Sustainable Streets Operations

Emergency and essential repairs only

Field staff return to work. Prioritize 311 calls & deferred maintenance.

Bikeshare / scootershare resume full service. Implement transit / bike lanes.

No change

Resume work on capital projects. Crossing Guards back on duty.

No change

Implement / refine projects in response to emerging demands

No change

Parking Enforcement

Ticketing suspended for most violations except color curb. Meter time limits waived.

No change

Enforcement for street sweeping will resume. Review of meter policies to support businesses.

Possible changes in meter policy to support businesses

Parking enforcement resumes for all violations. Customer Service Center reopens.

No change

No change

No change

Parking Management

Some city-owned garages closed. Additional curb space given to COVID testing, grocery stores, Muni stops, curbside pickup.

Provide temporary loading zones to support delivery / pickup

Parking garages reopen. Support Shared Spaces program.

Support Shared Spaces program

Review / repurpose curb space to support economic recovery

Review of temporary expansion of sidewalks to support increased capacity while distancing

Begin transition to post crisis curb management strategy

Transition to long-term curb management strategy

Taxi, Paratransit & Accessibility

ETC card established to provide assistance to people too far from core Muni service

Taxis install new plastic barriers

Taxi customer service window reopens

No change

Discount ID center reopens

No change

Continuation of ETC program after emergency ends

No change