Seamless Bay Area Vision Map
The Seamless Bay Area Vision Map represents what transportation could be like in the future if the Bay Area planned and operated transit as a unified network.
The map builds on numerous existing transportation plans and input from stakeholders from across the region, but is also highly aspirational. It includes both funded and unfunded improvements. For more information on how the map was developed, click here.
Each color on the map corresponds to a different type of transit service, summarized in the table below. Because there are no service standards for transit in the Bay Area, we had to standardize the definition all of the various types of transit in the region into a few simple categories. Only rapid and regional lines are shown on this map; local and/or less frequent transit lines would still exist but are not displayed.