August 26, 2020
The SFCTA is studying whether congestion pricing could help avoid gridlock when the economy recovers. The planning agency has identified a large geographic swath that includes Mission Bay in a proposed Congestion Pricing Zone.
Outreach is going on NOW to get community feedback as to whether or not congestion pricing is something San Francisco should pursue, and if so, what the policy would look like. Questions like: what would the fees be; would there be any exemptions or reduced fees; and where should revenues go are all being explored. Results from feedback received will help inform the SFCTA’s final report and recommendations which will be considered by the Board of Supervisors in January, 2021. We urge you to learn more, get involved, and provide feedback, because if implemented, Mission Bay residents, employees and visitors would be significantly impacted. Here’s what you can do:
Watch a Video
Project manager Colin Dentel-Post gives a study overview in this 15-minute video.
Complete a survey via text
For English: Text TRAFFIC to 415-449-4214
For Spanish: Text TRAFICO to 415-449-4214
For Chinese: Text 交通 to 415-449-4214
For Filipino: Text TRAPIK to 415-449-4214
Visit the Study Webpage
Visit the Downtown Congestion Pricing Study webpage to learn more about the study and sign up to receive email updates.
You can contact the project team at [email protected]