SFMTA Board Meeting

Agenda

On the agenda:

  • Authorizing $6.7M to be used for a Free Muni for Low Income Youth Program and the Light Rail Vehicle Rehabilitation Project
  • Free Muni on Dec. 28 in celebration of Muni’s 100th Anniversary
  • Traffic calming for Clayton and Laurel Heights/Jordan Park neighborhoods
  • Central Subway tunnel boring machine options
  • Presentation and discussion regarding the Implementation of Sunday Meter Enforcement

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SF Board of Supervisors Meeting

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SFCTA Board of Directors Meeting

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Agenda On the agenda: Funding for SFMTA’s Free Muni for Low Income Youth Pilot Program Funding for Mission Corridor, Bayshore Express Bus Improvements Appointing Angela Minkin to the Citizens Advisory Committee Update on Districts 3 and 9 Transit, Bike, Ped Improvements, Traffic Calming

SFMTA Board Meeting

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On the agenda: Recommendation on Free Muni for Youth pilot program Revocation of Ellis and Eddy one-way streets Authorization of $453K in TDA funds for bicycle facilities, outreach, and ed. programs Adoption of 2012-2014 capital budgets and 2013-2017 CIP Resolution to increase various parking and street use fees Agenda

SFMTA Board of Directors Meeting

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Agenda: Items of note: (10.4) On-street car -share parking at 30 locations (10.8) Approving “Free Muni” for low and moderate 19 to 22 year old students who use a Clipper® card and are enrolled [in] the San Francisco Unified School District’s Special Education Services Program. (Explanatory documents include a staff report and resolution. The proposed […]

This Week: Supes Debate Free Muni for Youth vs. Maintenance

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This week, the Board of Supervisors revisits whether to fund free Muni for youth or Muni maintenance, and the SF Bicycle Coalition hosts a ride to envision protected bike lanes on Second Street. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: SFMTA North Beach Meeting: Central Subway Tunnel Boring Machine Options. The SF Municipal Transportation […]