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Better sidewalks, curb extensions, or intersection
treatments, like high visibility crosswalks
Protected bicycle lanes,
neighborways, or bike parking
Bus bulbs or transit-related signal
Landscaping, street trees, public art,
or pedestrian-scale lighting
COMMUNITY BASED TRANSPORTATION PLANBAYVIEW
The Bayview Community Based Transportation Plan (BCBTP) is a community-driven, SFMTA-led planning effort funded through a Caltrans Sustainable Planning Grant. The BCBTP seeks to improve mobility, safety, and opportunity in the culturally rich and resilient Bayview community by identifying transportation solutions tailored to the needs of residents, community-based organizations and businesses.
The SFMTA is focused on delivering on-the-ground transportation improvements to the Bayview within one to five years after completing the BCBTP. Improvements could include:
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Bayview Existing Transportation Network
LEGEND Project Study Area
KT Muni Metro LRT Line
This maps displays the existing transportation network within Bayview neighborhood. The project area is primarily serviced by the K-Ingleside/T-Third Street Muni Metro lightrail lines, as well, as a number of local Muni bus routes. Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and Caltrain rail services are not accessible within the immediate project area. A number of bicycle facilities including bicycle routes and lanes are located within the study area.
For reference contact: Date Saved: 9/28/2017
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EVANS CARGO WAY
This project includes a robust community engagement strategy led by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority (SFMTA), in collaboration with District 10 Supervisor’s office and multiple community-based organizations across the Bayview. At the end of each community outreach phase, the project team will present the results and how community input has informed all recommendations. The final plan will be presented to the Bayview community before being adopted by the SFMTA Board to ensure it reflects community values and priorities.
PUBLIC OUTREACH PHASE THREE
BAYVIEW CBTP COMPLETED
PUBLIC OUTREACH PHASE ONE
DEVELOP PROJECT LIST & FUNDING
PUBLIC OUTREACH PHASE TWO
DEVELOP PLAN DRAFT
To find out more about the Bayview Community Based Transportation Plan and find out about upcoming outreach events go to: SFMTA.com/ BayviewCommunityPlan
For questions or comments, please contact: Christopher Kidd
email@example.com (415) 646-2852
PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING The BCBTP will include a Participatory Budgeting (PB) exercise, where Bayview residents come together and decide how to spend $500,000 in Lifeline transportation funds. Residents come up with ideas, develop them into proposals, then the community gets to vote on where the money will go. These funds can be spent on infrastructure (like new bus stops or improved routes to transit) or on programs (like a community shuttle or more frequent night & weekend MUNI service).