SF Board of Supervisors Government Audit and Oversight Committee Meeting

Agenda and schedule

Of note:

7. Hearing – MTA Climate Action Plan


Board of Supervisors Meeting

Agenda [PDF] Of note: 8. 140509 [General Obligation Bond Election – Transportation and Road Improvement – $500,000,000] Sponsors: Mayor; Tang, Chiu, Wiener, Avalos, Kim, Breed, Farrell, Mar, Yee, Cohen and Campos Ordinance calling and providing for a special election to be held in the City and County of San Francisco on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, […]

Board of Supervisors Hearing on Late-Night Transportation

Board of Supervisors Land Use and Economic Development Committee Agenda [PDF] Item of Note: 3. Hearing with SFMTA, BART, AC Transit, TNC companies, Taxi Industry, Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development, and the Entertainment Commission, to discuss and develop San Francisco’s late-night transportation plan based on the City’s needs and progress towards developing a Late-Night Transportation […]

Board of Supervisors Land Use and Economic Development Committee Meeting

Agenda Of note: 2. 131202 [Hearing – AT&T Sidewalk Utility Boxes] Sponsors: Wiener; Kim, Farrell and Avalos Hearing, directed to AT&T, the Department of Public Works, and the Planning Department to discuss the roll-out of the AT&T U-verse telecommunications upgrade, focusing on the permitting and site installation of the sidewalk cabinets, and to discuss the current community […]

Time’s Up: the End of Temporary

From SPUR: From parklets to bike lanes, gardens to pop-up stores, temporary urban interventions have emerged as a powerful source of innovation, experimentation and rapid implementation. But while temporary approaches can fast-track things into existence, their day of reckoning must eventually come. Can they put down roots and live on, or should they pass gracefully […]

Before We Build, We Should Review How a Project Will Affect Safety

Jim Aloisi is a Boston-based lawyer, historian and transportation policymaker. He is a former Massachusetts state secretary of transportation. His most recent book is The Vidal Lecture. Tanzeel Merchant is a Toronto-based urban designer, architect, planner and writer. He writes for Forbes India. As cities across North American densify, innovate and refocus their priorities, there is a shared […]