Agenda [PDF] Of note — Supervisor Scott Wiener’s legislation to streamline pedestrian safety improvements: 1. Administrative Code – Establishing a Street Design Review Committee 2. Urging the Public Utilities Commission, Department of Public Works, Municipal Transportation Agency, and Planning Department to Ensure the Coordination of Street, Transit, and Utility Infrastructure 3. Fire Code – Fire Apparatus […]
On the calendar this week: your chance to train as an ambassador for BART’s Bikes on Board August pilot, SPUR makes the case for linking Silicon Valley and Hollywood with high-speed rail, and more. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: SF Land Use and Economic Development Committee Meeting. The committee will consider a […]
Agenda and Schedule MTC Planning Committee with the Association of Bay Area Governments Administration Committee 9:30 am Operations Committee 10 am Clipper Program Contract Actions Hub Signage Program Legislation Committee 10:15 am Special Meeting of the Association of Bay Area Governments, Bay Area Air Quality Management District, Bay Conservation and Development Commission and Metropolitan Transportation Commission Joint Policy […]
Monthly meeting of San Francisco’s official public representative to the Board of Supervisors on pedestrian issues. This month’s topics include Supervisor Scott Wiener’s proposed legislation to streamline pedestrian safety upgrades, and an update on Sloat Boulevard. Agenda [PDF]
On the agenda [PDF]: 1. 130128 [Hearing – Street Furniture Clutter] Sponsor: Wiener Hearing to review the efforts and strategies of the Department of Public Works, Municipal Transportation Agency, and Planning Department to reduce clutter on sidewalks, specifically focused on news racks, large kiosks, and Muni bus shelters, including improving pedestrian access, and ensuring that […]
From EBBC: On the agenda are: BART’s new rail car designs Bicycle Access plans for BART Stations 19th Street BART Station update Dublin/Pleasanton Hacienda Bike Share Bike Station signage Open to the public. Please join the BBATF Mtg with your good ideas for making BART the most bike-friendly transit agency in the country.