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San Francisco

San Francisco

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    • SAN FRANCISCO
    • SFMTASan Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
    • FEATURES OF SFMTA- Established by Voter Proposition E in Nov1999- Run MUNI and DPT- Runs 5 modes of transit (700,000 passengersboarding each day)- Jurisdiction - City and County of SF- Related Departments: TA, DPT, MUNI, Bayarea
    • Roles of SFMTAKey Services: Other Services:- SF international - AC transitAirport - Alameda/Oakland- Bicycle program Ferry- Carpool and - BARTVanpool - Cal. Highway Petrol- Commuting (CHP)- MUNI - Caltrain- Parking and Traffic - Golden gate transitinformation - Samtrans - Taxicabs
    • GOALS OF SFMTAGoal 1: Create a safer transportation experiencefor everyoneGoal 2: Make transit, walking, bicycling, taxi,ride-sharing and car sharing the preferredmeans of travelGoal 3: Improve the environment and quality oflife in SFGoal 4: Create a workplace that deliversoutstanding transportation services
    • PRESENT- No Transit tonavigate b/w Sanjose & Oakland- More transits thanother areas- disproportionateand condensed
    • FUTURE- Improved transitservice in Bay Area- Includes newservice, extensionsand re-routings- Significantimprovements inAccessibility- Benefit local andregion as a whole
    • SOURCE: SFMAT Policy and Governance 10-19-2012 SF, California
    • SFCTA San Francisco County Transportation Authority- Long range transportationplans for the city and county- Explores futuretransportation patterns- SF among nations highesttransit use amongcommuters (> 31%)
    • SOURCE: SFCTA plan update report, JAN 2011
    • Source: SF Convention & Visitors Bureau 2010 (SFCTA)
    • Roles and Goals of Land Use agenciesLocal Planning Department Redevelopment Agency Port Commission
    • San Francisco Planning DeptGeneral PlanPreservation ofhistoric, cultural,and economicdiversity within thecityIncludes housing,commerce andindustry, urbandesign, and openspace elements
    • Area PlansPart of the General Plan; plans for specific areasOpen space plan for the central waterfront area:
    • San Francisco Redevelopment AgencyWorked withcityInvests,receives "taxdifferential" toinvest in otherareasBeing turnedover to the city
    • Port Commission 7.5 miles of bay waterfront Waterfront Land Use Plan A working, revitalized, and accessible waterfront, with excellent urban design to foster economic access, historic preservation, and a diversity of activities and people
    • Regional Land Use Agencies Association of Bay Area Governments 9 counties 101 cities 7 million people Research Analysis Planning Land Use Policy Framework (1990)
    • ABAG has created scenarios projecting population and job density as a result of different approaches to development in the bay areaCore Concentration Focused Growth Outer Bay Area
    • FOCUSPriority DevelopmentAreas locallyidentified, infilldevelopmentopportunity areasnear transitPriority ConservationAreas regionallysignificant openspaces for whichthere exists a broadconsensus for long-term protection
    • Systems for Transportation Goals
    • Presidio Parkway (A)~ Emphasis on "not a freeway"~ Replace Doyle Drive Seismic Stability Aesthetics~ Timeline: Temp. roadway complete Project complete by 2015
    • Geary St. BRT Plan (B)~ Geary currently does notaccommodate muti-modal system~ Separate buses from traffic Outside-only lanes Center lane, 2 medians Center lanes, opposing buses separated by single median~ Timeline: Awaiting open house/ Draft plan by 2013
    • Van Ness BRT Plan (C)~ Improve from Van Ness (atLombard) to S. Van Ness (at Mission)~ Separate buses from traffic~ Improve stop shelters~ Pedestrian safety Reduce crossing distances Traffic signals approaching BRT~Timeline: End of year initial deadline Begin operation in 2017
    • Central Subways Plan (D) 1.7 mile extension of MUNI T 3rdline~ 4 new stations~ 2nd phase of SFMTA’s Third Stlight rail transit project~ Cleaner, faster~ Timeline: Design, right of way finalized Begin operation 2018-19
    • Transbay Transit Center (E)~ Replace old Transbay Center Old transit center out-of-date Built to accommodate older rail system, passenger demand~ Service 8 counties, 11 systems~Timeline: Currently have old terminal demolished, temp. set up CalTrain extension under way New center complete in 2017 Final extension, CA HS rail done in 2018
    • CalTrain Electrification (F)~ Convert diesel to electricity~ Faster, cleaner, quieter~Timeline: This project has recently been merged with the CalTrain rail extension aspect of the Transbay project
    • Factors contributing to the development of the transportation system● terrain● limited space● earthquakes● public outlook
    • TerrainTwin Peaks is located in the center of San Francisco city
    • ● There are 44 separate hills throughout the city of San Francisco● This hilly terrain adds some difficulty to creating a transit system throughout the city● The highest is Mount Davidson which peaks at 928 ft
    • Limited Space ● The city itself is a total of 271.9 sq miles ● This causes a need to develop a better transit and infrastructure system in order to develop ● Mission Bay is an example of redeveloping land to improve the city
    • Earthquakes● Causes damage to infrastructure and transportation systems● Frequent earthquakes● 62% chance of a 6.7 or greater earthquake by 2032● Earthquakes need to be taken into account when planning or improving transit within and around the city● Presidio Parkway is one example of increasing the seismic stability of the current transit system
    • The 1906earthquakemeasured a 7.9 onthe momentmagnitude scale
    • Transit First Policy● The transit first policy was adopted by the city of San Francisco in 1973
    • Questions?