Departamento del Medio Ambiente de San Francisco

Sustainable Commuting

During the order to shelter-in-place, public transportation systems have made necessary service reductions that have impacted essential workers commuting to and within San Francisco. To support the needs of essential workers, the Department of the Environment has launched the Essential Worker Ride Home to provide a reliable and safe ride home after work for essential employees, helping to fill the gap left by reductions in public transportation services. To learn more about program eligibility and how to apply, visit the Essential Worker Ride Home webpage.


No matter where you live or work, you can enjoy the benefits of economical, healthy, and green transportation. The key is finding which option (or combination of options) works for you to get to work, the grocery store, or a special event.

Residents / Business / City Staff


Residents

Save on Your Commute (pre-tax commuter benefits)
Emergency Ride Home (reimburse your ride home)
How to Travel Sustainably in San Francisco (transit, walk, bike, rideshare, carshare, telework)

Carpool (511.org)
Vanpool (511.org)
Commuting with Kids (SF Safe Routes to School)


Business

Commuter Benefits - Employers are required to provide commuter benefits. 
Telecommuting / Flexible Work Schedules - Download the flexible work arrangement guide
Tenant Bicycle Parking in Existing Commercial Buildings Ordinance - The City requires existing commercial buildings to provide bicycle parking, or allow tenants to bring their bicycles into the building. 


City Staff

Commuter Benefits for CCSF Employees  (pre-tax commuter benefits)
CityCycle CCSF Employees (bicycles for work-related trips)
CCSF Commute Overview (city staff transportation programs)


Related Content

Transportation Policies
Transportation Reports