Virtual Meeting

Members: John Larson (Chair), David Klein (Vice Chair), Rosa Chen, Nancy Buffum, Robert Gower, Jerry Levine, Stephanie Liu, Kevin Ortiz, Peter Tannen, and Sophia Tupuola

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Remote Access to Information and Participation

This meeting will be held remotely and will allow for remote public comment pursuant to Assembly Bill 361, which amended the Brown Act to include Government Code Section 54953(e) and empowers local legislative bodies to convene by teleconferencing technology during a proclaimed state of emergency under the State Emergency Services Act so long as certain conditions are met.


  1. Call to Order
  2. Chair's Report - INFORMATION
  3. Nominations for 2022 Community Advisory Committee Chair and Vice Chair – ACTION
    At the December 1 Community Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting, nominations will be made for the CAC Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson for 2022. Per the CAC’s By-Laws, nominations for the Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson shall be made at the last CAC meeting of the calendar year (i.e. December 1, 2021) to be eligible for election at the first CAC meeting of the following year (i.e. January 26, 2022). A nomination must be accepted by the candidate. Self-nominations are allowed. Candidates are required to submit statements of qualifications and objectives to the Clerk of the Transportation Authority one week prior to the January CAC meeting to be included in the meeting packet. The due date is January 19, 2022. The Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson shall be elected by a majority of the appointed members at the January CAC meeting. The term of office shall be for one year. There are no term limits.

Consent Agenda

  1. Approve the Minutes of the October 27, 2021 Meeting - ACTION*
  2. Approve the 2022 Community Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule – ACTION*
    Per Article IV, Section I of the CAC’s By-Laws, the regular meetings of the CAC are held on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. at the Transportation Authority’s offices. Special meetings are held as needed (e.g. due to holidays or other time constraints). The draft 2021 Transportation Authority meeting schedule is attached, with proposed CAC meeting dates for approval and Board and Committee meeting dates included for reference. The December 1, 2021 CAC meeting will be virtual
  3. Community Advisory Committee Vacancy – INFORMATION
    The Board will consider recommending appointment of one member to the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) at a future meeting. The vacancy is the result of the term expiration of Danielle Thoe (District 6 representative). 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

  1. Adopt a Motion of Support to Allocate $11,216,003 in Prop K Funds and $3,000,000 in TNC Tax Funds, with Conditions, and Appropriate $3,500,000 in Prop K Funds for Eight Requests – ACTION*
    Projects: BART: Accessibility Improvement Program: Public Address System ($950,000). SFMTA: Western Addition Area – Traffic Signal Upgrades – Phase 1 ($1,195,895), FY22 Vision Zero Quick-Build Program Implementation ($2,821,000 in Prop K funds, $3,000,000 in TNC Tax funds), Page Slow Street ($325,000). SFPW: Junipero Serra Blvd Pavement Renovation ($4,397,129), Curb Ramps ($978,252), Mansell Street Curb Ramps – Additional Locations ($548,763), DTX Rail Program Oversight and Technical Support for FTA Project Development ($3,500,000).
  2. Update on Schedule and Outreach Efforts for Development of a New Expenditure Plan for the Half-Cent Sales Tax – INFORMATION *
  3. State and Federal Legislation Update - INFORMATION*

Other Items

  1. 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
  2. Public Comment
  3. Adjournment

*Additional Materials

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