SFMTA Board of Directors Meeting

Agenda

On the agenda:

  • Traffic modifications
  • Accept and expend $11.7M in Lifeline Transportation Program grant funds for the 8X Customer First, Mission Customer First, and Mission Bay Loop projects
  • Balboa Park Station capacity study report presentation (BART station/Muni station/Transit Village projects)
  • 76 Marin Headlands pilot (expanding service to Saturdays, stopping at wider intervals in SF, removing service south of Market St., with a new terminal at Montgomery BART)
  • Purchase 17 additional 40-foot low floor diesel-hybrid buses for $11.8M

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