SFMTA Board of Directors Meeting

Agenda.

Of Note:

11. Oversize Vehicle Restriction

Establishing various locations for overnight parking restrictions for large or oversized vehicles pursuant to Transportation Code Division I, Section 7.2.54.

13. FY15 and FY16 Capital and Operating Budgets

Second presentation and discussion f the FY 2015 and FY 2016 Operating Budget including possible modifications to various fares, fees, fines, rates, and charges; possible new revenue sources and new expenditures; and revenue and expenditure reductions; discussion of the FY 2015 and FY 2016 Capital Budget including anticipated capital programs and projects

 

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