This week’s Streetsblog Calendar is weighted heavily with transit agency meetings, culminating with the SFMTA’s long-awaited vote on the Bike Plan. It won’t be all work though: Sunday holds major fun. Here are the week’s highlights. Tuesday: SFCTA Board of Directors Meeting. Eddy and Ellis sidewalk bulbs, streetcar procurements, and the Doyle Drive Replacement Project are on […]
Agenda 6. Discussion of upcoming SFMTA Board/Parking Authority Commission items. (No explanatory documents.) Childcare permits FY11 2Q Overtime Report FY12 Budget Update and FY11 year-end projections Strategic Plan Open Taxi Access pilot program 7. Presentation, discussion and possible action regarding the operation of the SFMTA Board of Directors/Parking Authority Commission.
Some crucial projects and board decisions are on the calendar this week, including the new design for Second Street and the BART Board’s vote on removing bike bans. And don’t miss out on your chance to find Muni love at SFTRU’s first dating game fundraising event. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: SPUR holds […]
Flickr photo: eviloars It may not be at the most convenient hour to make a trip to City Hall, but tomorrow’s SFMTA Board meeting at 2 p.m. could be the last chance to speak up before Muni service cuts are extended for the next two years. The board, which is appointed by Mayor Gavin Newsom, […]
Tomorrow the SFMTA may approve measures including Sunday afternoon metering and free Muni for low-income youth, when its two-year budget proposal goes before the Board of Directors. The public is invited to comment — don’t miss the last chance to speak in support of a strong transit-first budget. Other highlights this week: CPMC’s plans for […]
Tomorrow, the SFMTA Board of Directors could vote tomorrow on a budget that caves to pressure from Mayor Ed Lee and undoes Sunday parking metering. On Thursday, a SPUR panel explores the idea of a contra-flow transit lane on the Bay Bridge. Here are this week’s calendar highlights: Tuesday: The SFMTA Board of Directors could vote on a […]