San Francisco + San José + Oakland

San Francisco’s Transportation Element and the General Plan

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Busses on Market Street, San Francisco

How can San Francisco’s transportation system be transformed to equitably and efficiently get people where they want to go — while helping to meet the city’s safety goals, mitigate the affordability and housing crisis, and tackle the climate emergency? The San Francisco Planning Department is working on a new Transportation Element, last adopted in 1996, to modernize the city’s policies to address these issues. The renewal of the Transportation Element is part of the Planning Department’s larger initiative to update the city’s General Plan. Join us to learn more — and share your ideas! — about what will be in the Transportation Element and how the next generation of the General Plan and its elements will be shaped.

  • AnMarie Rodgers / San Francisco Planning Department
  • Tam Tran / San Francisco Planning Department

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