SF Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee Meeting

Agenda [PDF]

Of note:

3. Agreement – Serco, Inc. – SFpark Pilot Project – Not to Exceed$44,080,000

4. Contract Amendment – Transbay Joint Powers Authority – TransbayTransit Center Program Services – Not to Exceed $3,280,677

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