Date: Wednesday, September 26, 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, Robert Gower, Hala Hijazi, Becky Hogue, David Klein, Peter Tannen, Chris Waddling and Rachel Zack
6:00 1. Call to Order
6:05 2. Chair’s Report – INFORMATION
6:10 Consent Agenda
3. Approve the Minutes of the September 5, 2018 Meeting – ACTION* minutes
4. State and Federal Legislation Update – INFORMATION* memo
End of Consent Agenda
6:35 6. Adopt a Motion of Support to Permanently Honor and Recognize Michael Robert Painter's Visionary Design, Leadership Skills and Outstanding Contributions to the Presidio Parkway Design and to Urge the Transportation Authority Board to Work with Caltrans and the State Legislature to Explore Naming the Parkway After Him – ACTION* SFCTA Board Resolution
At the September 5, 2018 Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting Peter Tannen requested that the CAC consider an action item to rename Presidio Parkway on behalf of Michael Robert Painter. Mr. Painter, creator of the Presidio Parkway concept for the replacement of Doyle Drive, passed away on June 29, 2018 after a long life and distinguished career in landscape architecture.
6:45 7. Adopt a Motion of Support for the Allocation of $1,470,529 in Prop K Sales Tax Funds for Eight Requests, with Conditions, and Appropriation of $490,000 in Prop K Sales Tax Funds for Three Requests – ACTION* memo enclosure presentation
Projects: (SFMTA) 45th and Lincoln Bulb [NTIP Capital] ($100,000), YBI Hillcrest Road/Treasure Island Road Bike Path ($10,000), Bicycle Safety Education and Outreach ($90,529), Youth Bicycle Safety Education ($90,000), San Francisco Transit Corridors Study (320,000); (BART) BART Station Bicycle Parking and Access Improvements ($550,000); (SF Planning) 22nd St. Station Relocation Study ($160,000); (GGBHTD) Gangway and Piers - State of Good Repair ($150,000); (SFCTA) YBI Hillcrest Road/Treasure Island Road Bike Path ($240,000), Streets and Freeways Study ($150,000), San Francisco Transit Corridors Study ($100,000)
7:00 8. Adopt a Motion of Support for the Adoption of Ten 2019 Prop K 5-Year Prioritization Programs (5YPPs) and Amendment of Eight 2014 5YPPs – ACTION* memo BART Station Access, Safety and Capacity, Ferry, Facilities-BART, Guideways-BART, New Signals and Signs, Advanced Technology and Information Systems (SFgo), Signals and Signs Maintenance and Renovation, Street Resurfacing, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance, Pedestrian and Bicycle Facility Maintenance, Tree Planting and Maintenance
7:35 11. Update on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and Association of Bay Area Governments’ (ABAG) Horizon Planning Initiative – INFORMATION* presentation
7:45 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
Next Meeting: October 24, 2018
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