Agenda [PDF] From SFBC: For decades, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has worked to make it easier for you to bring your bike on BART. Finally, on Thursday, May 23rd the BART Board of Directors will vote on lifting the Rush-Hour Bike Ban and we need you to speak out. Dozens of Bay Area residents […]
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From TransForm: Help keep BART safe, reliable, frequent, and affordable by weighing in on the future of BART! The BART Board of Directors will be seeking input on their ten-year Short Range Transit Plan/Capital Investment Program. They are in the process of deciding what their final spending plans for fiscal years 2015-2025 should be, and […]
Agenda [PDF] From TransForm: The BART Board is expected to approve their Fiscal Year 2014 budget, which we believe should focus on core system maintenance instead of unrealistic and unaffordable extensions. While the Board has committed to a sensible process for evaluating investments that should lead them to prioritize responsible maintenance projects, some directors are still pushing […]
From SFTRU: Nearby Transit: 5, 6, 9, 14, 21, 71, F, Muni Metro, BART. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org The San Francisco Public Library 100 Larkin St. (at Grove) • Martin Paley room is located next to the Page Desk on the 3rd Floor. (Enter at 30 Grove Street, proceed to stairs or elevators) This […]
The BART Board of Directors last night voted to lift bike blackout periods for another five-month trial starting in July. At the end of November, the board will once again consider changing the policy permanently. The trial was approved with a 6-3 vote, with directors Tom Radulovich, Robert Raburn, and James Fang voting against it, […]