Interested in how San Francisco will spend $25 billion of taxpayer money in the next few years?
Check out the city’s “Ten-Year Capital Plan for Fiscal Years 2014-23,” with its long list of “practical and fiscally constrained” projects to make San Francisco look better than ever – and create 223,000 new jobs in the bargain.
Released this week, the plan covers the waterfront, figuratively and literally, from Pier 70 and other Embarcadero redevelopments to rehabbing the city’s water and sewer systems; completing the Transbay Center, Central Subway and San Francisco General Hospital’s acute care wing; renovating the San Francisco Mint; and fully funding the city’s street repaving program.
The plan also looks to replace Muni’s entire fleet; rebuild run-down, low-income housing projects; build a Caltrain station in the Bayview; demolish Candlestick Park; further expand Moscone Center; and ramp up pedestrian safety programs.
Read more: San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco releases 10-year spending plan