The City of San Francisco, in partnership with Caltrain, is planning for the future of the rail corridor in the southeastern areas of the City including the potential relocation of the existing 22nd Street Caltrain Station and a potential station to restore regional rail service in the Bayview neighborhood.
The study evaluates the ability to meet the city’s transportation goals with one or two stations serving the southeast corridor. As a sub-consultant to Fehr and Peers, VIA worked with MSA Engineering to propose, assess, and evaluate six options for future stations between 4th and King and Bayshore. The station assessment was completed in close coordination with the Pennsylvania Avenue Extension tunnel alignment project led by SFCTA (including consultant team member, PGH Wong). The team also assessed potential changes to community land use, transportation, and access and developed a series of graphic concepts for use in extensive public outreach led by Civic Edge and the City of San Francisco.