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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.

Comment during the meeting: EPAC members and members of the public participating by Zoom wishing to speak should use the “raise hand” feature or dial *9. When called upon, unmute yourself or dial *6. In order to get the full Zoom experience, please make sure your application is up to date.

Written public comment may be submitted prior to the meeting by emailing the Clerk of the Transportation Authority at or sending written comments to Clerk of the Transportation Authority, 1455 Market Street, 22nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103. Written comments received by 8 a.m. on the day of the meeting will be distributed to Expenditure Plan Advisory Committee members before the meeting begins.


  1. EPAC Chair’s Remarks – INFORMATION
    See link under item 1
  2. Recommend Adoption of the 2022 Expenditure Plan – ACTION*
    This is the final meeting of the EPAC at which the committee will be asked to take an action to recommend adoption of a New Expenditure Plan to the Transportation Authority Board. This timeline is consistent with the schedule for the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to place a measure on the November 2022 ballot that would continue the existing half-cent sales tax for thirty years to fund the transportation programs and projects in the New Expenditure Plan. At the February 10, 2021, EPAC meeting, the committee made significant progress moving toward a distribution of sales tax levels in the New Expenditure Plan that appears to be broadly supportable by the committee. Based on EPAC discussion, the Chair directed staff to work with Scenario 2 presented at the last meeting and bring back some options to further increase funding in three programs: BART Core Capacity, Paratransit, and Safe and Complete Streets. There was also an EPAC member request and public comment requesting more funding for Tree Planting. In addition, several members requested more discussion on incorporating equity into the project selection process as part of implementation of the Expenditure Plan after voter approval. We have updated the draft Expenditure Plan materials using Scenario 2. For ease of reference, we have included the Draft Expenditure Plan in three pieces with track changes (Attachment 1 - Draft Expenditure Plan Policies, Attachment 2 – Draft Expenditure Plan Summary Table, and Attachment 3 - Draft Expenditure Plan Description of Programs), as well as a clean (i.e., no track changes), complete Draft Expenditure Plan (Attachment 4 – Draft 2022 Expenditure Plan). Funding level scenarios for discussion at the meeting are included as Attachment 5.
  3. Public Comment
    During this segment of the meeting, members of the public may make comments on items under the purview of the Expenditure Plan Advisory Committee that are not otherwise listed on this agenda.
  4. Adjournment

*Additional Materials


To request sign language interpreters, readers, large print agendas or other accommodations, please contact the Clerk of the Transportation Authority at (415) 522-4800. Requests made at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting will help to ensure availability.

If any materials related to an item on this agenda have been distributed to the Expenditure Plan Advisory Committee after distribution of the meeting packet, those materials will be available for public inspection at the Transportation Authority at 1455 Market Street, Floor 22, San Francisco, CA 94103, during normal office hours.

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