Piers 30-32 CAC Transportation Subcommittee Meeting

Agenda

Of note:

The Subcommittee is focused on recommending a set of WTA strategies that address current transportation concerns related to the development of the proposed Golden State Warriors (GSW) project at Piers 30-32 and Seawall Lot 330. At the August 21, 2013 Transportation Subcommittee meeting, MTA provided an initial list of possible transportation strategies specific to the proposed project site and Rincon-South Beach neighborhood area to be reviewed by the Subcommittee. The Transportation Subcommittee is working closely with San Francisco OEWD, Port of San Francisco, and MTA and will meet to review and prioritize proposed transportation strategies that could most effectively address transportation issues related to the proposed GSW project and neighborhood vicinity.

 

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