SAN FRANCISCO BICYCLE
ADVISORY COMMITTEE AGENDA
25 Van Ness Avenue,
San Francisco, CA 94102-6033
For information, leave a message for BAC Chairperson James Morrison at (415)
8, 2000, 6:30 P.M.
One Daniel Burnham Court (on Van Ness Ave.) meeting room
Enter on Post St. to park bikes.
If you have questions or comments about the Working Committee or this agenda,
please contact BAC Chairperson James Morrison at (415) 282-8564
We urge you to bicycle, walk, or
use transit to get to this meeting.
1. Review and approval of minutes
from Education Subcommittee 2/8/00 (last of minutes from old subcommittee format)
2. Election of Working Committee
3. Update on planning for regional
bicycle/alternative transportation conference **
4. Set up procedures/frequency for
making BAC reports to the Board of Supervisors Transportation and Land Use Committee
5. Safe Routes to School Bill - assign
BAC member(s) to survey possible uses of available funds in San Francisco, including
possible alliances with other organizations **
6. Good Roads Bill, consider endorsement
7. Review of pedicab licensing process
and route authorization, assign BAC member or members to research possible changes
8. Formation of BAC Outreach bureau,
report on contacts with Coalition of SF Neighborhoods **
9. Update of San Francisco Bicycle
Plan. Assign member(s)to begin preliminary consideration of sections of existing
Plan to be updated. **
10. Report on request for appearance
at a BAC meeting by Sgt. Fewer, SFPD **
11. Changes in allocation for Bicycle
Transportation Account (Senate Bill 1772).
12. Endorsement of Bay Area Air Quality
Management District TFCA 40% Program Manager Fund Applications **
- Traffic Calming Program - Local
Streets Track: Page Street
and the "Wiggle" (mini-traffic circles) DPT
- Traffic Calming Program - Arterial
and Commercial Streets
Track: Van Ness Avenue (pedestrian bulbs and
median improvements) DPT
- Belden Street Traffic Calming
and Pedestrian Enhancements
- Planning Dept.
- Broadway Corridor Traffic Calming
& Pedestrian Improvements
- 5. Bicycle racks on 60 Articulated
Buses - Muni
- Bicycle lanes, path striping,
and racks - Treasure Island
13. Date and time of next meeting
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on this item
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ON YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THE SUNSHINE ORDINANCE OR TO REPORT A VIOLATION OF THE
ORDINANCE, CONTACT THE SUNSHINE ORDINANCE TASK FORCE.
Task Force, Rachel Arnstine O'Hara, Clerk
City Hall, Room 362, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102-4683
Office: (415) 554-6171, Fax:(415) 554-6177
Copies of the Sunshine
Ordinance can be obtained from the Clerk of the Sunshine Task Force, the San
Francisco Public Library and on the City's website at www.ci.sf.ca.us.
Persons from the
public may inspect documents referred to on the agenda by contacting the DPT
staff liaison, Peter S. Tannen, at 554-2396.