As the Slow Streets program develops plans for its next phase in San Francisco, the effort is headed directly to historically under-served neighborhoods to conduct outreach. Read More
Mirroring what Oakland did, San Francisco will begin to "slow" some streets to allow for more social distancing, the SFMTA announced Tuesday. Read More
A new report by the Governors Highway Safety Association shows an alarming spike in pedestrian deaths throughout the country. During the 10-year period from 2009 to 2018, the number of pedestrian fatalities increased by 53%. Read More
When there is talk of transportation, thoughts go to cars, trains or buses, but a study from Australia reminds us that walking shouldn't be overlooked. Read More
With the appearance of dedicated lanes, new rental companies and bike sharing over the last decade, it may seem like bicycling in San Francisco has only been a more recent emphasis. Read More
San Francisco's "Vision Zero" pedestrian safety plan received a $75,000 cash infusion this month with the program reporting a 41 percent drop in traffic deaths in the city since its 2014 launch. Read More
Walk to Work Day is an annual event to pay tribute to the oft-overlooked act of putting one foot in front of the other. Now in its sixth year, Walk to Work Day, organized by Walk SF and sponsored by MTC, invites everyone who lives or works in San Francisco to walk part of their commute. Learn more about the event and read some stories from our staff members about their walks to work.
The stage is set for $386 million in federal funds to go to 180 transportation projects in 95 jurisdictions across all nine Bay Area Counties with last month's MTC commissioner approval of of the One Bay Area Grant 2 (OBAG 2) County Program of Projects. OBAG 2, which also has a Regional Program, is the policy framework for MTC’s distribution of $862 million in federal Surface Transportation Program and Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program funds from Fiscal Years 2017-18 to 2021-2022. In the below video, MTC’s Mallory Atkinson provides an overview of the program and