SFMTA Board Meeting

Agenda

Of note:

Charging for SFMTA employee parking, Cesar Chavez redesign, 2-hour limit at broken meters

Also: re-opening crosswalks, lowering Embarcadero speed limit, Laguna Honda bike lanes, residential parking permits for childcare providers,

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