SF Board of Supervisors City Operations and Neighborhood Services Committee Meeting

Agenda and schedule

Of note:

4. Accept and Expend Grant – Transportation Development Act, Article 3 – $696,000
7.  Transportation Code – Limits for Parking at Inoperable/Broken Meters

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Mineta National Policy Summit on Transportation Finance: Catching up with the Rest of the World

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From the Commonwealth Club: Keynote: Ray LaHood, U.S. Transportation Secretary Introduced by Norman Y. Mineta, U.S. Secretary of Transportation (retired) Asha Weinstein Agrawal, Ph.D., Director, Mineta Transportation Institute’s National Transportation Finance Center Flora Castillo, Chair, American Public Transportation Association Malcolm Dougherty, Director, California Department of Transportation Jeff Morales, CEO, California High Speed Rail Authority Mortimer Downey, Former US […]

Sustainable Transportation Planning Book Release Party

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From SPUR: Join us for the release party of Sustainable Transportation Planning by Jeffrey Tumlin, principal and sustainability practice leader for Nelson\Nygaard. Sustainable Transportation Planning seeks to tackle the greatest social and environmental concerns of the 21st century, focusing on the role of transportation in creating more sustainable communities. The book offers a big-picture approach to transportation systems. Using clear, […]

Transportation for American Releases Blueprint for Transportation Reform

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Today Transportation for America is releasing a 100-page document called "The Route to Reform," in which they outline policy recommendations related to the upcoming reauthorization of federal transportation funding legislation (download the executive summary here or the full report here).  From the executive summary:  The next transportation program must set about the urgent task of […]

Contra Costa Public Workshops on Priority Projects for Regional Transportation Plan: Walnut Creek

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From EBBC: Want to see more bike/ped bridges get built over freeways and busy roadways in Contra Costa? Now through April is cyclists’ time to ask the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) for ‘big-ticket’ bike projects in the upcoming Contra Costa Countywide Transportation Plan-a 25-year planning document that is part of the Regional Transportation Plan […]