Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 2018; 10:00 a.m.
Location: Legislative Chamber, Room 250, City Hall
Commissioners: Peskin (Chair), Tang (Vice Chair), Brown, Cohen, Fewer, Kim, Mandelman, Ronen, Safai, Stefani and Yee
Clerk: Alberto Quintanilla
1. Roll Call
2. Citizens Advisory Committee Report – INFORMATION* minutes
3. Approve the Minutes of the October 23, 2018 Meeting – ACTION* minutes
The Board will consider recommending appointment of one member to the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) at its November 13, 2018 meeting. The vacancy is the result of the resignation of Hala Hijazi (District 2 resident). Neither staff nor CAC members make recommendations regarding CAC appointments. CAC applications can be submitted through the Transportation Authority’s website at www.sfcta.org/cac.
5. Allocate $8,731,019 in Prop K Sales Tax Funds for Eleven Requests, with Conditions, and Appropriation of $200,000 in Prop K Sales Tax Funds for One Request – ACTION* resolution enclosure presentation
Projects: (PCJPB) Tunnels 1 & 4 Track and Drainage Rehabilitation ($1,300,000), Revenue Vehicle Rehabilitation ($3,807,115), Ticket Vending Machine Rehab Program ($218,485), SF Station Enhancements and Renovations ($200,000), Systemwide Track Rehabilitation ($1,100,000), Railroad Communications State of Good Repair ($106,400), Signal System State of Good Repair ($60,000), Guadalupe River Bridge Replacement and Extension ($600,000) and Marin Street and Napoleon Avenue Bridges Rehabilitation ($108,000); (SFMTA) Replace 35 Paratransit Vans ($931,019) and New Traffic Signals Contract 65 ($300,000); (SFCTA) TSP Evaluation Tool ($200,000)
6. Adopt 18 2019 Prop K 5-Year Prioritization Programs (5YPPs), with Conditions, Amend 16 2014 5YPPs, Approve a Fund Exchange and Amend the 2017 Prop AA Strategic Plan to Provide $2,064,919 to the Bus Stop Enhancement Project, and Approve Two Prop K Fund Exchanges to Help Backfill the Regional Improvement Program Shortfall for the Central Subway – ACTION* resolution presentation
- Bus Rapid Transit/ Transit Preferential Streets/ Muni Metro Network
- Caltrain Capital Improvement Program
- Transit System Maintenance and Renovation: Transit Enhancements
- Transit System Maintenance and Renovation Vehicles - Muni and Undesignated
- Transit System Maintenance and Renovation Vehicles - Caltrain
- Facilities - Muni
- Transit System Maintenance and Renovation Facilities - Caltrain
- Facilities - Undesignated
- Guideways - Muni
- Transit System Maintenance and Renovation Guideways - Caltrain
- Guideways - Undesignated
- New and Upgraded Streets
- Traffic Calming
- Bicycle Circulation and Safety
- Pedestrian Circulation and Safety
- Curb Ramps
- Transportation Demand Management/ Parking Management
- Transportation and Land Use Coordination
8. Adopt the Final Freeway Corridor Management Study Phase 2 Report, Authorize the Executive Director to Amend Cooperative Agreement No. 04-2647 with the California Department of Transportation for the U.S. 101/I-280 Managed Lanes for an Additional $152,000 in a Total Amount Not to Exceed $227,000, and Approve a Prop K/Local Partnership Program Fund Exchange in Prop K Funds for the U.S. 101/I-280 Managed Lanes Project – ACTION* resolution enclosure presentation
9. Award a Two-Year Professional Services Contract with MSA Design & Consulting, Inc. in an Amount Not to Exceed $420,000 for Planning and Technical Services for the ConnectSF Streets and Freeways Study – ACTION* resolution
10. Award a Two-Year Professional Services Contract, with Options to Extend for Three Additional One-Year Periods, to SPTJ Consulting in an Amount Not to Exceed $480,000 for Computer Network and Maintenance Services – ACTION* resolution
Items from the Vision Zero Committee
11. [Final Approval] Approve a Resolution of Support Committing the Transportation Authority and Encouraging the Board of Supervisors and the Media to Pledge to Use “Crash” and “Collision” and not “Accident” in Recognition of World Day of Remembrance 2018 – ACTION* resolution presentation
12. Introduction of New Items – INFORMATION
During this segment of the meeting, Commissioners may make comments on items not specifically listed above, or introduce or request items for future consideration.
13. Public Comment
Items considered for final approval by the Board shall be noticed as such with [Final Approval] preceding the item title.
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