CAC - February 28, 2018


Meeting Notice

Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2018; 6:00 p.m.

Location: Transportation Authority Hearing Room, 1455 Market Street, Floor 22

Members: John Larson (Chair), Peter Sachs (Vice Chair), Myla Ablog, Kian Alavi, Hala Hijazi, Becky Hogue, Brian Larkin, Peter Tannen, Shannon Wells-Mongiovi, Chris Waddling and Bradley Wiedmaier


6:00 1. Call to Order

6:05 2. Chair’s Report – INFORMATION

6:10 Consent Agenda

3. Approve the Minutes of the January 24, 2018 Meeting – ACTION*  minutes

4. Exercise Contract Options for On-Call Legal and On-Call Transportation Planning Services in an Amount Not to Exceed $2,650,000 – ACTION*  memo

Contracts: Nossaman LLP and Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean LLP ($850,000); Arup North America, Ltd., Iteris, Inc., Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., and WSP ($1,800,000)

5. Citizens Advisory Committee Appointment – INFORMATION

The Board will consider recommending appointment of one member to the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) at its March 13, 2018 meeting. The vacancy is the result of the term expiration of John Larson (District 7 resident), who is seeking reappointment. Neither staff nor CAC members make recommendations regarding CAC appointments. CAC applications can be submitted through the Transportation Authority’s website at

End of Consent Agenda

6:15 6. Adopt a Motion of Support for Allocation of $8,795,721 in Prop K Funds for Six Requests, with Conditions – ACTION*  memo  presentation

Projects: (SFMTA) Cable Car Pulley Rebuild ($280,999); 19th Avenue Complete Streets ($425,000); New Traffic Signals (Contract 64) ($5,289,722); Intelligent Transportation Systems - Variable Message Signs ($1,000,000); Intelligent Transportation Systems - Traffic Camera Deployment ($1,200,000); and Excelsior Near Term Traffic Calming [NTIP Capital] ($600,000)

6:30 7. Adopt a Motion of Support for a One-Year Professional Services Contract with the TOP-RANKED FIRM in an Amount Not to Exceed $150,000 for the Redesign and Upgrade of the Transportation Authority’s website – ACTION*  memo

6:45 8. Adopt a Motion of Support for the Construction Manager/General Contractor Project Delivery Method for the Yerba Buena Island Westside Bridge Seismic Retrofit Project – ACTION*  memo

7:00 9. Update on the Quint Street - Jerrold Avenue Connector Road Project – INFORMATION*  memo  presentation

7:15 10. Update on the ConnectSF Vision Document – INFORMATION*  memo  report  presentation

7:35 11. Update on Regional Measure 3 (RM3) – INFORMATION*  presentation

Other Items

7:40 12. Introduction of New Business – INFORMATION

During this segment of the meeting, CAC members may make comments on items not specifically listed above, or introduce or request items for future consideration.

7:50 13. Public Comment

8:00 14. Adjournment

*Additional Materials

Next Meeting: March 28, 2018


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