SFCTA Plans and Programs Committee Meeting

See agenda.

Item 5: Recommend Allocation of
$126,194 in Prop K Funds, with Conditions, to the Municipal
Transportation Agency for the Citywide Bicycle Counters Project,
Subject to the Attached Fiscal Year Cash Flow Distribution Schedule and
5-Year Prioritization Program Amendment, and Amendment of Three Prop B
Standard Grant Agreements to Fully Fund the $140,000 Project – ACTION*

Item 6: Recommend the Appropriation of $717,000 in Prop K Funds, with
Conditions, for the Environmental Phase of the 19th Avenue Transit
Preferential Streets Bulb-Outs Project, Subject to the Attached Fiscal
Year Cash Flow Distribution Schedule
– ACTION*

Item 8: Recommend Endorsement of the Metropolitan
Transportation Commission’s Proposal for the State Element of the
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) and Programming
of $932,297 in ARRA Transportation Enhancement Funds to Two Municipal
Transportation Agency Projects – ACTION*

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