Are you ready to vote November 3?

Welcome to the San Francisco Transit Riders election guide! We’re keeping transit front and center for the candidates, so whoever wins, we hope to keep them focused on making transit better for all San Franciscans. (And please, make sure you’re registered to vote!)

Board of Supervisors District 1

District 1 is composed of Sea Cliff, Jordan Park/Laurel Heights, the Lake District, and all of the Richmond. See what each candidate will do for transit in District 1.

Board of Supervisors District 3

District 3 is which is composed of North Beach, Chinatown, Fisherman’s Wharf, Polk Gulch, Union Square/Financial District and Russian, Nob and Telegraph Hills. See what each candidate will do for transit in District 3.

Board of Supervisors District 5

District 5 is composed of Haight-Ashbury, Cole Valley, the Panhandle, Western Addition, Hayes Valley and Japantown. See what each candidate in District 5 will do for transit.

Board of Supervisors District 7

District 7 is composed of the West Portal, Park Merced, Sunnyside, Forest Hill and Westwood neighborhoods. See what each candidate will do for transit in District 7.

Board of Supervisors District 11

District 11 is composed of Ingleside, Oceanview, Outer Mission, Balboa Park, Excelsior and Crocker neighborhoods. See what each candidate will do for transit in District 11.

BART – District 9

BART Directors shape the future of the Bay Area’s largest regional transit service. This year there is a close race in BART District 9, which represents the area from Balboa Park - Montgomery Stations. See what each candidate will do for BART in San Francisco.

Yes on Measure RR

Measure RR is a ⅛ cent sales tax to fund Caltrain operations, including more frequent trains, and more equitable fares and service.

Yes on Proposition 15

Proposition 15 would tax commercial and industrial properties based on their market value, generating between $6.5-11.5 billion for schools and city services like transit.