SFMTA Citizens Advisory Council

From SFMTA.

Items of Note:

8. Presentation, discussion and possible action regarding the Van Ness Ave. Bus Rapid Transit Project. (Peter Gabancho, Project Manager).

Motion 140625.01:

The SFMTA CAC recommends the SFMTA develop a master plan for the historic and vintage fleet to: explore future expansion of historic line service, plan for future rehabilitation of historic vehicles, plan for new historic lines, plan for future procurement of historic vehicles, plan for shelter of historic vehicles, and plan for operations and maintenance of historic vehicles.

 

 

 

 

 

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