Board of Supervisors Hearing on Double Parking

Board of Supervisors Land Use and Economic Development Committee Meeting

Agenda [PDF]

Items of Note:

  • 2. Urging the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board to Adopt Proof of Labor Harmony Conditions for Shuttle Operators
  • 3. Hearing directed to the SFMTA to report on policy status of double parking enforcement, and its impact on Muni, bikes, and automobile traffic.

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