SF Bicycle Advisory Committee Meeting

Agenda

On the agenda:

  • Chairman’s Report
  • MTA Bicycle Program Report
  • BART Task Force Report
  • Improvements in the Wiggle
  • Status Review on Spot Project Requests (1. Schrader, Market, Cesar Chavez signage 2. Stockton, Lyell, Polk Sts contra-flow lanes 3. Market/12th bike signal 4. Harrison/16th bike box 5. Impact of proposed CPMC development)

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