San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
Completed 30 Vision Zero-related high priority street safety projects in 24 months along the High-Injury Network, implemented 34 miles of safety improvements, and installed 1,599 safety treatments.
Completed the City College Terminal and Unity Plaza that provides a safer and more convenient pedestrian link between Muni, the City College campus, and a below-market rate housing development.
Bicycling Improvements: Completed the Fell & Oak Bicycleway Project that improves safety and comfort for bicyclists, Phase 1 of the Bay Area Bicycle Share program in addition to initiating the phase 2 expansion, and installation of automated bicycle counters along major cycling routes.
Several facilities improvements: Completed Phase 1 of the Islais Creek Facility to provide additional space for motor coach maintenance and operations, Phase 1 of the Muni Metro station escalator replacement project, and replacements of the Presidio and Woods Divisions Bus Hoist Lift that insures continued maintenance of Muni coaches.
Expanded the bus fleet and replaced aging motor and trolley coaches to increase service in high demand areas, improve service overall, and lower the average age of the fleet.
Replaced the closed circuit television with the Subway CCTV Surveillance System to enhance security in the subway system and its perimeters.
Streets and pedestrian improvement projects: Made improvements on Market and Haight transit lines, which reduce travel time on Muni and improve pedestrian safety. Also completed the Castro Streetscape Improvement Project, which enhanced the pedestrian experience and upgraded the right-of-way.
San Francisco International Airport
Opened a new state-of-the-art Air Traffic Control Tower and Integrated Facility building in conjunction with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which provides the Airport with the latest in technology and design, while obtaining LEED® Gold status and meeting stringent safety, security, and seismic standards.
Completed the Terminal 3 East Renovation Project, which reconfigured the east side of the terminal to enhance passenger flow, alleviate congestion, and improve passenger amenities; the project also included seismic renovations, updates to building systems, airfield expansion, and new passenger amenities.
San Francisco, Alameda, and Contra Costa voters approved a $3.5 billion BART general obligation bond in November 2016 that will allow BART to fund necessary improvements to BART's aging transit infrastructure.
Finished construction on several county initiatives including the final roadway configuration of the Presidio Parkway, the new westbound I-80 on and off ramps connecting Yerba Buena Island and Treasure Island with the Bay Bridge, and the newly realigned off-ramp at Folsom Street.
Advanced major efforts at Yerba Buena Island and in central San Francisco: Began final design of the second major component of the Yerba Buena Interchange Improvement Project and commenced construction of the Van Ness BRT.
Completed several Caltrain improvements including reconstruction of the Jerrold Avenue Bridge, removal of the Quint Street Bridge, and investments in new technology, including predictive arrival and departure information that displays train arrival information on station visual message signs and on Caltrain.com.
Advanced the Transbay Transit Center Project by completing the structural steel assembly on site, creating a Mello-Roos Community Facilities District to allow the City to levy a special tax to help fund construction of the program, and establishing a Greater Rincon Hill Community Benefit District to fund approximately 80% of the maintenance and operations of the rooftop park.