Legislative Chamber, Room 250, City Hall

Commissioners: Mandelman (Chair), Melgar (Vice Chair), Chan, Dorsey, Engardio, Peskin, Preston, Ronen, Safai, Stefani, and Walton.

Clerk of the Transportation Authority: Elijah Saunders 

Ways to Watch: SF Cable Channel 26 or 99 (depending on your provider)  OR  www.sfgovtv.org 

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Remote Participation

Members of the public may attend the meeting to observe and provide public comment at the physical meeting location listed above or may watch SF Cable Channel 26 or 99 (depending on your provider) or may visit the SFGovTV website (www.sfgovtv.org) to stream the live meeting or may watch them on demand.

Members of the public may comment on the meeting during public comment periods in person or remotely. In-person public comment will be taken first; remote public comment will be taken after.

Written public comment may be submitted prior to the meeting by emailing the Clerk of the Transportation Authority at clerk@sfcta.org or sending written comments to Clerk of the Transportation Authority, 1455 Market Street, 22nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103. Written comments received by 5 p.m. on the day before the meeting will be distributed to Board members before the meting begins.


  1. Roll Call
  2. Approve the Minutes of the September 26, 2023 Meeting - ACTION*
  3. Community Advisory Committee Report - INFORMATION*
  4. Appoint Austin Milford-Rosales as the District 6 Representative to the Community Advisory Committee — ACTION*
  5. Adopt Eight 2023 Prop L 5-Year Prioritization Programs and Amend the Prop L Strategic Plan Baseline — ACTION*
    Programs: 1) BART Core Capacity, 2) BART Maintenance, Rehabilitation, and Replacement, 3) Caltrain Maintenance, Rehabilitation, and Replacement, 4) Ferry Maintenance, Rehabilitation, and Replacement, 5) Bayview Caltrain Station, 6) Curb Ramps, 7) Tree Planting, 8) Vision Zero Ramps
  6. Allocate $13,724,000 and Appropriate $651,000 in Prop L Funds, with Conditions for Five Requests — ACTION*
    Projects: BART: BART Next Generation Fare Gates ($12,525,000). SFCTA: Vision Zero Ramp Intersection Study Phase 3 ($150,000). SFPW: Tree Planting and Establishment ($1,000,000). Multi-Agency: Inner Sunset Multimodal Safety and Access Study [NTIP Planning (SFCTA $265,000; SFMTA $85,000), and Walter U Lum Place Public Space Study [NTIP Planning] (SFCTA $236,000, SFMTA $114,000).
  7. Approve San Francisco’s Program of Projects for the 2024 Regional Transportation Improvement Program, with Conditions — ACTION*
    Projects: MTC: Planning, Programming and Monitoring ($188,000). SFCTA: Planning, Programming and Monitoring ($927,000). SFMTA: New Flyer Midlife Overhaul – Phase III ($45,569,000, which includes $10,642,000 proposed to be reprogrammed from SFMTA’s Train Control Upgrade – Phase 3 N Judah project).
  8. Adopt a Resolution Directing The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency To Incorporate Safe Routes To All Schools in the San Francisco Unified School District In the Active Communities Plan – ACTION*

Other Items

  1. Introduction of New Items - INFORMATION
    During this segment of the meeting, Commissioners may make comments on items not specifically listed above or introduce or request items for future consideration.
  2. Public Comment
  3. Adjournment