SFMTA Capital Program
This page contains information concerning the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's (SFMTA) long range Capital Plan, 5-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and 2-year Capital Budget. The Capital Program describes how the SFMTA plans for major capital investments for the city's multimodal transportation system. The Capital Program is composed of three primary documents that outline the agency’s long-term (20-year Capital Plan), mid-term (5-year CIP) and short-term (2-year Capital Budget) strategy for implementing all capital projects and programs.
20-year Capital Plan (January 2012)
On Jan. 3, 2012, the SFMTA Board adopted the 20-year Capital Plan. The Capital Plan represents the unconstrained list of capital needs for the coming 20 years. These investments have been identified continue to ensure system safety, maintain the a state of good repair, implement complete streets and improve transit reliability. The projects have been prioritized using a set of capital project criteria that consider the projects benefit to: safety and security, state of good repair, enhancements or expansion, environmental sustainability, and financial sustainability. All projects must be in the Capital Plan to be considered for inclusion in the 5-year CIP and 2-year Capital Budget. The Capital Plan is a living document and will be revised as needed through the policies and procedures established by the SFMTA’s Transportation Capital Committee. The Capital Plan will be formally updated every two years.
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