Special CAC - September 5, 2018

SPECIAL CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE  agenda  packet  

Meeting Notice

Date: Wednesday, September 5, 2018; 6:00 p.m.

Location: Transportation Authority Hearing Room, 1455 Market Street, Floor 22

Members: John Larson (Chair), Peter Sachs (Vice Chair), Myla Ablog, Kian Alavi, Hala Hijazi, Becky Hogue, Peter Tannen, Chris Waddling and Rachel Zack

 

6:00 1. Call to Order

6:05 2. Chair’s Report – INFORMATION

6:10 Consent Agenda

3. Approve the Minutes of the July 25, 2018 Meeting – ACTION*  minutes

4. Citizens Advisory Committee Appointment – INFORMATION

The Board may consider recommending appointment of two members to the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) at its September 11, 2018 meeting. The vacancies are the result of the term expiration of Brian Larkin (District 1 resident), who is not seeking reappointment and an automatic suspension from the CAC of Shannon Wells-Mongiovi (District 11 resident) due to missing four regularly scheduled CAC meetings in a 12-month period. Ms. Wells-Mongiovi is not seeking reappointment. Neither staff nor CAC members make recommendations regarding CAC appointments. CAC applications can be submitted through the Transportation Authority’s website at www.sfcta.org/cac.

5. Progress Report for Van Ness Avenue Bus Rapid Transit Project INFORMATION*  memo

End of Consent Agenda

6:15 6. Adopt a Motion of Support for the Allocation of $8,062,238 in Prop K Sales Tax Funds for Six Requests, with Conditions – ACTION*  memo  enclosure  presentation

Projects: (SFMTA) Muni Forward ($3,339,000), Local Bus Transit Signal Priority ($1,189,972), Schools Engineering Program ($1,087,775), Application-Based Traffic Calming Program (1,013,399); (BART) Powell Station Modernization ($327,025) and (SFCTA) Great Highway Reroute Project (Permanent Restoration) ($1,105,067)

6:30 7. Adopt a Motion of Support for the Adoption of the Pennsylvania Alignment as the Preferred Alternative for Grade Separations at 16th Street and Mission Bay Drive on the Approach to the Caltrain Downtown Extension – ACTION*  memo  presentation

7:15 8. Update on the 2019 Prop K Strategic Plan 5-Year Prioritization Program Updates – INFORMATION*  memo  enclosure (revised 9/4/2018)  project information forms  prioritization tables  presentation

7:30 9. Adopt a Motion of Support for the Adoption of a Support Position on Assembly Bill 1184 (Ting) – ACTION*  memo

Other Items

7:45 10. 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.

7:50 11. Public Comment

8:00 12. Adjournment

*Additional Materials

Next Meeting: September 26, 2018

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