Treasure and Yerba Buena Islands Transportation Program

A robust multi-modal network that prioritizes pedestrians, bicycling, and public transit.

The Treasure Island transportation program includes a series of measures and strategies that will deliver a unique transportation experience.  Island residents, visitors, and employees will enjoy access to high-quality travel opportunities that prioritize pedestrians, bicycling, and public transit.

The Treasure Island Transportation Implementation Plan document (TITIP) provides the delivery framework for the measures and strategies that comprise the overall Program.

transit map on TI

Transit, bicycle and pedestrian friendly

Improvements and additions prioritizing transit, pedestrian and bicycles will include:

  • New ferry service between Treasure Island and San Francisco - now active!
  • New East Bay bus service
  • Continuing SFMTA MUNI bus service
  • Transit pass discounts for eligible on-Island households
  • A free on-island passenger shuttle
  • Bike share, car share and programs like carpool matching 
  • Walking paths and pedestrian-only streets.

Treasure Island Transportation Program

The San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA), acting as the Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency (TIMMA) is developing the Treasure Island Transportation Program, ensuring at least 50 percent of trips are made by walking, biking, and taking transit.

Achieving Program goals will require Transportation Demand Management measures. The Program's measures and strategies are supported by financial commitments that support pedestrian, bicycling, and transit infrastructure and service; by pricing mechanisms and pricing structures; and by incentives to encourage transit use.

Capital improvement projects

The San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) manages an ongoing multi-project effort replacing and retrofitting key roads, on-ramps and off-ramps connecting I-80/San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge and Yerba Buena Island.

Last updated April 28, 2023