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Members: Kevin Ortiz (Chair), Kat Siegal (Vice Chair), Sara Barz, Rosa Chen, Najuawanda Daniels, Calvin Ho, Jerry Levine, Rachael Ortega, and Eric Rozell

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  1. Call to Order
  2. Chair's Report - INFORMATION

Consent Agenda

  1. Approve the Minutes of the January 25, 2023 Community Advisory Committee Meeting — ACTION*
  2. Adopt the State and Federal Legislation Update — ACTION*
    Support: Assembly Constitutional Amendment 1 (Aguiar-Curry)
  3. Community Advisory Committee Vacancies – INFORMATION
    The Community Advisory Committee (CAC) currently has one vacancy. The District 1 office is currently evaluating candidates to fill the vacancy. Applications for the CAC can be submitted through the Transportation Authority’s website at

End of Consent Agenda

  1. Visitation Valley and Portola Community Based Transportation Plan Update – INFORMATION*
  2. Adopt a Motion of Support to Adopt the Recommendations of the Caltrain 22nd Street Station ADA Access Improvement Feasibility Study for the Preferred Improvements to Achieve Street to Platform Accessibility – ACTION*
  3. Adopt a Motion of Support to Allocate $16,406,910 and Appropriate $687,236 in Prop K Funds, with Conditions, and Allocate $2,882,492 in Prop AA Funds for 23 Requests — ACTION*
    Projects: Prop K. Caltrain: (PCJPB): 22nd St Station ADA Access Improvements ($447,198), Revenue Vehicle Rehabilitation ($22,195), Systemwide Track Rehabilitation ($720,030). Multi-Sponsor: District 2 Safety Study and Implementation [NTIP Planning and Capital] (SFCTA $159,350, SFMTA ($540,650), Mission Bay School Access Study [NTIP Planning and Capital] (SFCTA $121,885, SFMTA $197,422). SFCTA: Transportation Demand Management Market Analysis ($406,000). SFMTA: Kirkland Yard Electrification ($1,073,196), 38th and Geary Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons [NTIP Capital] ($212,000), Clay & Grant, Stockton & Sutter Conduits & Signal Modifications – Additional Funds ($240,000), Vision Zero Sign Upgrade ($220,000), Bayview Community Based Transportation Plan Implementation ($2,767,500), District 6 Traffic Calming & Sideshow Deterrence [NTIP Capital] ($360,000), Visitacion Valley and Portola CBTP Implementation [NTIP Capital] ($435,000), District 7 Ocean Ave Safety & Bike Access [NTIP Capital] ($237,000), Lake Merced Quick Build – Additional Funds ($1,385,352), Next Generation Sanchez Slow Street [NTIP Capital] ($277,300), Ortega Street Improvements [NTIP Capital] ($330,000), Safe Streets Evaluation Program ($398,000), Valencia Long-Term Bikeway Study [NTIP Planning] ($210,000). SFPW: Sunset Blvd Pavement Renovation ($3,100,000), Curb Ramps: Various Locations ($2,136,651), Curb Ramps: Sacramento and Sansome ($1,097,416). Prop AA. SFPW Hunters Point, Central Waterfront, and Potrero Hill Area Streets Pavement Renovation ($2,882,492).
  4. Item #9
    Allocate $10,000,000 in Prop K Funds, with Conditions, for Downtown Rail Extension Engineering Development and Procurement Preparation; Appropriate $3,500,000, with Conditions, for Downtown Rail Extension Rail Program Oversight and Technical Tasks for Engineering and Procurement; and Appropriate $2,500,000, with Conditions, for Pennsylvania Avenue Extension Pre-Environmental Bridging Study— ACTION*

    Projects: SFCTA: Downtown Rail Program Oversight and Technical Tasks for Engineering and Procurement ($3,500,000), Pennsylvania Avenue Pre-Environmental Bridging Study ($2,500,000). TJPA: Downtown Rail Extension Engineering Development and Procurement Preparation ($10,000,000).
  5. Item #10
    Adopt a Motion of Support to Award a Construction Contract to Golden State Bridge/Obayashi Joint Venture, in an Amount not to Exceed $84,399,951 and Authorize an Additional Construction Allotment of $15,188,818; Approve a Contract Amendment with WMH Corporation in the Amount of $2,678,000; Approve a Contract Amendment with WSP USA, Inc. in the Amount of $5,940,382; and Authorize the Executive Director to Execute All Other Related Supporting and Supplemental Agreements for the Westside Bridges Seismic Retrofit Project - ACTION*

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