Room 250, City Hall

Commissioners: Peskin (Chair), Mandelman (Vice Chair), Brown, Fewer, Haney, Mar, Ronen, Safai, Stefani, Walton and Yee

Clerk: Alberto Quintanilla


  1. Roll Call
  2. Citizens Advisory Committee Report – INFORMATION*

Consent Agenda

  1. Approve the Minutes of the September 24, 2019 Meeting – ACTION*
  2. [Final Approval] Appoint Danielle Thoe to the Citizens Advisory Committee – ACTION*

End of Consent Agenda

  1. Update on Caltrans U.S. 101 Deck Replacement at Alemany Circle Project – INFORMATION*
  2. Allocate $24,253,024, with Conditions, and Appropriate $749,724 in Prop K Sales Tax Funds for 23 Requests – ACTION*
    Projects: (PCJPB or Caltrain) Caltrain Capital Improvement Program: 5 requests ($2,918,012), Vehicles – State of Good Repair: 2 requests ($2,250,000), Facilities –State of Good Repair: 1 request ($430,506), Guideways – State of Good Repair: 5 requests ($2,000,000), Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project: 1 request ($4,912,000); (SFMTA) Paratransit, Shop-a-Round/Van Gogh Shuttles, Ramp Taxi Incentives ($10,500,472), Great Highway Signal Upgrade ($220,000), Bayview Community Based Transportation Plan – Additional Funds ($50,000), District 11 Traffic Calming [NTIP Capital] ($600,000), Bike to Work Day 2020 ($41,758), Bicycle Safety Education and Outreach ($80,000), Safe Routes to Schools Program Administration ($200,000), Octavia Boulevard Circulation and Accessibility Study Update [NTIP Planning] ($50,276); (SFCTA) Octavia Boulevard Circulation and Accessibility Study Update [NTIP Planning] ($49,724) ,Lombard Crooked Street Paid Reservation System Implementation (NTIP Planning, Capital) ($700,000)
  3. ITEM 10:
    Approve Amendment No. 4 to the Memorandum of Agreement with the Treasure Island Development Authority for Yerba Buena Island Vista Point Operation Services to Increase the Amount by $640,000, to a Total Amount Not to Exceed $1,595,000, and Extend the Agreement through June 30, 2021 – 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
*Additional Materials
Items considered for final approval by the Board shall be noticed as such with [Final Approval] preceding the item title.
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