The Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood has historically experienced underrepresentation and limited investment, particularly when it comes to access to safe, efficient, and dependable public transportation.
SFMTA’s Bayview Community-Based Transportation Plan brought important improvements to the Bayview’s transit network, but many recommendations from residents remain unsupported and underfunded. Collaborating with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) and Bayview community organizations, SFTR is diligently working to identify and address these unmet needs. We are joining forces with organizations like SFMTA, Bayview Senior Services, and Bayview Community Advocates, building upon existing community initiatives and fostering stronger bonds of trust.
Our goal is to amplify the Bayview community’s voice, with the ultimate aim of enhancing access to public transit and vital services that are indispensable for the community’s prosperity. We remain committed to uplifting the Bayview neighborhood and ensuring equitable transportation opportunities for all.
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