Unanimously approved by the Mayor and Board of Supervisors, the FY 2014-2023 Capital Plan includes figures on the costs of maintaining our streets and right-of-way infrastructure, making seismic repairs to critical facilities, and improving parks and cultural facilities without going beyond our means. The document provides a financing plan for the City and its partner agencies to deliver $25.1 billion in infrastructure investments without raising property tax rates or overburdening the General Fund. A full list of the project appendix is available here.
UPDATE: On May 5, 2014 the Capital Planning Committee adopted a resolution amending the Capital Plan by increasing the proposed Street & Transit Infrastructure General Obligation Bond amount to $500 million, up from $150 million. Below are the supporting documents: