SF Board of Supervisors Neighborhood Services and Safety Committee Meeting

Agenda [PDF]

Of note:

1. 130767 [Comprehensive Bicycle Theft Prevention and Recovery Policy]
Sponsors: Mar; Breed, Campos and Chiu
Resolution urging for the creation of a comprehensive bicycle theft prevention and recovery policy for the Municipal Transportation Agency to develop and quickly implement short and medium term strategies to greatly expand bicycle parking in San Francisco; and for the Police Department to standardize best practices and implement a voluntary bicycle registration program.

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