Flickr photo: kaiyen At the MTA Board meeting this Tuesday, MTA staff will present the findings of the pathbreaking parking study [Summary PDF] [Full Study PDF] released earlier this week. It’s the only official discussion of the study scheduled for now, and advocates for transit and parking reform will need to attend in force to […]
Although the MTA is facing a growing budget deficit that some estimate at $25-30 million or higher, the agency has not publicly talked about how it intends to close the gap, nor has it embraced revenue generators like expanded parking meter hours in commercial districts. An update of the FY 2010 budget was agendized last […]
This week, stand up for parking reform on Tuesday, sit down for a talk about Time Square’s lawn chairs on Thursday, and stand up again for the Walk SF Peak2Peak Walk on Saturday! Here are the week’s highlights. Monday: SFBC Treehouse Talk: Driven to Excess. Josh Hart, former Program Director of the SFBC, is back […]
Agenda On the agenda: Presentation, discussion and possible action of upcoming SFMTA Board/Parking Authority Commission items (Permit Process for neighborhood/community events; Update on Pedestrian Safety)
Agenda 6. Discussion of upcoming SFMTA Board/Parking Authority Commission items. (No explanatory documents.) Childcare permits FY11 2Q Overtime Report FY12 Budget Update and FY11 year-end projections Strategic Plan Open Taxi Access pilot program 7. Presentation, discussion and possible action regarding the operation of the SFMTA Board of Directors/Parking Authority Commission.
It shouldn’t be too surprising to those who have followed the debate on extending parking meter hours that Supervisor Carmen Chu is not a big fan. A tipster forwarded us an email from Chu’s office sent out last night to constituents encouraging them to show up at today’s MTA Board meeting and give their opinion […]