SF Board of Supervisors

Agenda [pdf]

On the agenda:

  • Transportation Code – Tour Bus Parking and Loading
  • Regulating the Use of Amplified Sound on Unenclosed Tour Buses and Establishing Fee
  • Appointments, Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee
  • Confirming Appointment, Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors – Cristina Rubke

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