Two new ways to engage with the City
Two new ways to engage with the CityMy Street SF
SEE HOW PROP K SALES TAX DOLLARS ARE IMPROVING YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
From signals to streetcars, bicycles to boulevards, and from pedestrian safety to paving, the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) provides funding for hundreds of transportation projects currently being planned, designed, or constructed. The MyStreetSF <http://www.sfcta.org/mystreetsf-map> interactive map shows all projects currently underway that are funded by, or prioritized for funding by, the SFCTA, as well as those for which the SFCTA provides some level of oversight, in our role as Congestion Management Agency <http://www.sfcta.org/documents-and-data/documents/congestion-management-program> for San Francisco.
Most of these projects are funded with Prop K <http://www.sfcta.org/funding-opportunities/proposition-k> sales tax funds matching other federal, state, or regional funds. We also provide funding through the Prop AA Vehicle Registration Fee <http://www.sfcta.org/funding-opportunities/proposition-aa-home> program and the Transportation Fund for Clean Air <http://www.sfcta.org/funding-opportunities/transportation-fund-clean-air> .
The MyStreetSF <http://www.sfcta.org/mystreetsf-map> interactive map allows you to search for projects by location, Supervisorial District, project type (e.g., bicycle, pedestrian safety, transit rehabilitation), project sponsor, or timeline. Each project location on the map provides key information (e.g., scope, schedule, cost, funding source) and a link to the project page, if available, or project sponsor’s main page. The map page also includes information on city-wide projects and programs like Bicycle Education and Outreach.
To talk to transportation agency staff about any of these and many more projects, be sure to attend the Transportation Open House on Wednesday, April 17, 5:45 - 7:45 at the Bayview Public Library. Click here <http://d10watch.blogspot.com/2013/04/southeast-transportation-open-house.html> for more information.
Up2Code Smartphone App
An easy way to report code enforcement issues
UP2CODE is an easy way for San Francisco residents to report and track non-emergency code enforcement issues to the Office of the City Attorney. Residents can be proactive by using the app to collaborate with the City Attorney’s Office in improving their neighborhoods.
Visit Up2Code.org for more information, or download the app on your iPhone or Android device.