Committee Meeting Notice
Date: Wednesday, July 20, 2016; 1:00 p.m.
Location: Committee Room 263, City Hall
Commissioners: Kim (Chair), Avalos (Vice Chair) and Campos
Clerk: Steve Stamos
1. Roll Call
2. Approve the Minutes of the July 30, 2015 Meeting – ACTION* minutes
3. Recommend Approval of the Revised Administrative Code, the Revised Rules of Order, and the Revised Fiscal and Travel, Conference, Training and Business Expense Reimbursement Policies – ACTION* memo
It is Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency (TIMMA) direction to review the administrative code and all policies periodically to ensure compliance with current statutes and TIMMA objectives. Upon the advice of TIMMA’s financial advisors, bond counsel and legal counsel, we are recommending changes to the Administrative Code, Rules of Order, Fiscal Policy, and Travel, Conference, Training and Business Expense Reimbursement Policy to conform to applicable law and keep consistent with state and local government codes.
End of Consent Calendar
4. Recommend Adoption of the Proposed Fiscal Year 2016/17 Annual Budget and Work Program – ACTION* memo
Pursuant to the Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency’s (TIMMA’s) Fiscal Policy, TIMMA shall adopt an annual budget each year. The purpose of the Annual Budget is to provide management guidance and control over disbursement of TIMMA’s revenues in accordance with the goals and objectives as determined by the TIMMA Board and as set forth in other policies. The proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2016/17 Annual Budget includes projections of revenues, projections of operating and administrative costs, and professional services expenditures, as well as a description of TIMMA’s proposed Work Program for the coming fiscal year. Total revenues are projected to be $1,081,191 from the Treasure Island Development Authority (TIDA) and Transportation Authority, and total expenditures are projected to be $1,081,191 from technical professional services, personnel and non-personnel expenditures.
The purpose of the Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency (TIMMA), as set forth in the Treasure Island Transportation Management Act of 2008 (State Assembly Bill 981), is to implement the Treasure Island Transportation Implementation Plan (TITIP) in support of the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Development Project. The TITIP, adopted in 2011, calls for a comprehensive, integrated program to manage travel demand on the Island as it develops. This innovative approach to mobility includes a complimentary package of strategies and services including required purchase of transit passes by residents, parking fees, and a multimodal congestion pricing program that applies motorist user fees to support enhanced and new bus, ferry, and shuttle transit, as well as bicycle sharing, to reduce the traffic impacts of the project. Funded by federal and regional grants, the Treasure Island Development Authority, and Prop K sales tax funds, the Transportation Authority has prepared the Treasure Island Mobility Management Study (Study). The objective of Study is to refine the assumptions of the TITIP recommend congestion pricing policies for Treasure Island based on demand forecasting, financial analysis and stakeholder input. The Study advances the TITIP recommendations to a level suitable for TIMMA to begin systems engineering design and to enter into transit operator and procurement agreements. On June 28, 2016, and July 13, 2016, the TIDA Citizen Advisory Board (CAB) and the TIDA Board, respectively, unanimously approved the Study.
6. Update on the I-80/Yerba Buena Island East Side Ramps Project – INFORMATION* memo
The Transportation Authority is working in collaboration with the Treasure Island Development Authority (TIDA) to construct new I-80/westbound on and off ramps (on the east side of Yerba Buena Island (YBI)) connecting to the new Eastern Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (SFOBB). TIDA is starting its redevelopment construction efforts on Treasure Island and YBI. Caltrans is also continuing its new Eastern Span SFOBB construction efforts; reconstructing the I-80 east bound on and off ramps including extending the Eastern Span bicycle pedestrian path to YBI. We have been actively coordinating with Caltrans, the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA), TIDA, and the U.S. Coast Guard to ensure proper coordination of all related construction efforts. In anticipation of the new Eastern Span bicycle pedestrian path extension to YBI occurring in fall 2016, all of the affected agencies have determined it would be advantageous to design and construct temporary trail landing Vista Point (Vista Point) improvements on YBI adjacent to the SFOBB bicycle/pedestrian path touch down area. These improvements would provide a temporary larger, more amenable Vista Point area (on U.S. Coast Guard property – Quarters 9), including hydration station, portable restrooms, bike racks, parking lot and pedestrian actuated crosswalk. The Vista Point improvements would be delivered by the Transportation Authority in partnership with BATA. BATA will be responsible for designing the facility and funding 50% of construction, while the Transportation Authority will be responsible for constructing the Vista Point improvements (as a construction contract change order to the I-80/YBI East Side Ramps project) and funding 50% of construction. Vista Point construction work is targeted for completion in fall 2016 and will be coordinated with the new Eastern Span bicycle pedestrian path extension to YBI. Construction of the project is proceeding on schedule and within budget, and is approximately 90% complete.
7. Introduction of New Items – INFORMATION
During this segment of the meeting, Committee members may make comments on items not specifically listed above, or introduce or request items for future consideration.
8. Public Comment
* Additional materials
If a quorum of the TIMMA Board is present, it constitutes a Special Meeting of the TIMMA Board. The Clerk of TIMMA shall make a note of it in the minutes, and discussion shall be limited to items noticed on this agenda.
Please note that the meeting proceedings can be viewed live or on demand after the meeting at www.sfgovtv.org. To know the exact cablecast times for weekend viewing, please call SFGovTV at (415) 554-4188 on Friday when the cablecast times have been determined.
The Legislative Chamber (Room 250) and the Committee Room (Room 263) in City Hall are wheelchair accessible. Meetings are real-time captioned and are cablecast open-captioned on SFGovTV, the Government Channel 26. Assistive listening devices for the Legislative Chamber are available upon request at the Clerk of the Board's Office, Room 244. Assistive listening devices for the Committee Room are available upon request at the Clerk of the Board's Office, Room 244 or in the Committee Room. To request sign language interpreters, readers, large print agendas or other accommodations, please contact the Clerk of TIMMA at (415) 522-4800. Requests made at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting will help to ensure availability.
The nearest accessible BART station is Civic Center (Market/Grove/Hyde Streets). Accessible MUNI Metro lines are the F, J, K, L, M, N, T (exit at Civic Center or Van Ness Stations). MUNI bus lines also serving the area are the 5, 6, 7, 9, 19, 21, 47, and 49. For more information about MUNI accessible services, call (415) 701-4485.
There is accessible parking in the vicinity of City Hall at Civic Center Plaza and adjacent to Davies Hall and the War Memorial Complex. Accessible curbside parking is available on Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place and Grove Street.
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