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. Chair’s Report – INFORMATION
  3. Executive Director’s Report – INFORMATION

Consent Agenda

  1. Approve the Minutes of the July 9, 2019 Meeting – ACTION*
  2. ITEM 5:
    [Final Approval] Approve a Fund Exchange of $3,366,000 in One Bay Area Grant Funds from the John Yehall Chin Elementary Safe Routes to School Project (John Yehall Chin Project) with an Equivalent Amount of Prop K Funds from the Better Market Street Project and Allocate $3,802,000 in Prop K Funds, Including the Exchange Funds, with Conditions, to the John Yehall Chin Project – ACTION*
  3. [Final Approval] Allocate $11,880,163 in Prop K Sales Tax Funds for Ten Requests and $6,852,380 in Prop AA Vehicle Registration Fee Funds for Four Requests, with Conditions – ACTION*
    Projects: Projects: (BART) Powell Station Modernization ($672,975), Embarcadero Station: New Northside Platform Elevator ($1,000,000); (PortSF) Downtown Ferry Terminal - Passenger Circulation Improvements ($240,000); (SFMTA) E/F Streetcar Extension to Aquatic Park ($926,100), Rehabilitation of 5 Vintage Streetcars ($1,075,597), Central Richmond Traffic Safety ($596,420), Ocean Avenue Safety Improvements ($210,000), Beale Street Bikeway ($330,000), Vision Zero Quick-Build Program Implementation ($5,226,200); (SFPW) 23rd St, Dolores St, York St, and Hampshire St Pavement Renovation ($1,602,871); (SFPW) 23rd St, Dolores St, York St, and Hampshire St Pavement Renovation ($2,397,129), Geary Boulevard Pavement Renovation ($3,386,732), Bayshore Blvd/Cesar Chavez St/Potrero Ave Intersection (The Hairball - Segments F & G) - Additional Funds ($368,519), Vision Zero Coordinated Pedestrian Safety Improvements (Bulbs & Basements) ($700,000)
  4. [Final Approval] Adopt the SoMa Freeway Ramp Intersection Safety Study Phase 2 Final Report – ACTION*
  5. ITEM 8:
    [Final Approval] Amendment of the Scope of Work and Schedule for the District 3 Neighborhood Transportation Improvement Program Planning Project and Revising the Name From the Kearny Street Multimodal Implementation Plan to District 3 Pedestrian Safety Improvements – ACTION*
  6. [Final Approval] Approve San Francisco’s Goals for Plan Bay Area 2050 and San Francisco’s Regionally-Significant Project List – ACTION*
  7. ITEM 10:
    [Final Approval] Award Three-Year Professional Services Contracts, with an Option to Extend for Two Additional One-Year Periods, to Nossaman LLP, Meyers Nave Riback Silver & Wilson, and Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean LLP, in a Combined Amount Not to Exceed $1,000,000 for On-Call General Legal Counsel Services – ACTION*
  8. Investment Report and Debt Expenditure Report for the Quarter Ended June 30, 2019 – INFORMATION*

End of Consent Agenda

  1. Adopt the Lombard Crooked Street Reservation & Pricing System Study Final Report and Authorize the Executive Director to Advance the Recommendations of the Study, Including Seeking Necessary Legislation and Funding Identification – ACTION*
  2. Construction Mitigation Program Update – INFORMATION*
  3. Update on the San Francisco Safe Routes to School Non-Infrastructure Program – INFORMATION*
  4. Update on the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Siemens Light-Rail Vehicle Procurement – INFORMATION*

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
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