SFMTA Board Meeting


On the agenda:

  • Authorizing $6.7M to be used for a Free Muni for Low Income Youth Program and the Light Rail Vehicle Rehabilitation Project
  • Free Muni on Dec. 28 in celebration of Muni’s 100th Anniversary
  • Traffic calming for Clayton and Laurel Heights/Jordan Park neighborhoods
  • Central Subway tunnel boring machine options
  • Presentation and discussion regarding the Implementation of Sunday Meter Enforcement


SF Board of Supervisors Meeting

Agenda [pdf] On the agenda: Policy Discussion: Effects on Bike/Ped Access due to Convention Street Closures Affirming or Reversing Certification of FEIR – CPMC’s Long Range Development Plan Resolution Urging Muni to Prioritize Eligible Funds for Maintenance Over Free Youth Fares Program Transit Impact Development Fee Increase and Updates

SFMTA Board Meeting

On the agenda: Recommendation on Free Muni for Youth pilot program Revocation of Ellis and Eddy one-way streets Authorization of $453K in TDA funds for bicycle facilities, outreach, and ed. programs Adoption of 2012-2014 capital budgets and 2013-2017 CIP Resolution to increase various parking and street use fees Agenda

SFCTA Board of Directors Meeting

Agenda On the agenda: Funding for SFMTA’s Free Muni for Low Income Youth Pilot Program Funding for Mission Corridor, Bayshore Express Bus Improvements Appointing Angela Minkin to the Citizens Advisory Committee Update on Districts 3 and 9 Transit, Bike, Ped Improvements, Traffic Calming

SFMTA Board of Directors Meeting

Agenda: Items of note: (10.4) On-street car -share parking at 30 locations (10.8) Approving “Free Muni” for low and moderate 19 to 22 year old students who use a Clipper® card and are enrolled [in] the San Francisco Unified School District’s Special Education Services Program. (Explanatory documents include a staff report and resolution. The proposed […]

This Week: Supes Debate Free Muni for Youth vs. Maintenance

This week, the Board of Supervisors revisits whether to fund free Muni for youth or Muni maintenance, and the SF Bicycle Coalition hosts a ride to envision protected bike lanes on Second Street. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: SFMTA North Beach Meeting: Central Subway Tunnel Boring Machine Options. The SF Municipal Transportation […]