Interdepartmental Staff Committee on Traffic and Transportation (ISCOTT) > February 22, 2007, Agenda
MINUTES OF THE FEBRUARY 8, 2007 MEETING (ACTION ITEM)
The Committee to adopt the Minutes.
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CONSENT CALENDAR (ACTION ITEM)
All matters hereunder constitute a consent calendar are considered to be routine by ISCOTT and will be acted upon by a single vote. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the Committee or if the public so requests, in which event the matter shall be removed from the Consent Calendar and considered as a separate item.
1. Broderick, Eddy and Ellis Streets and Saint Josephs Avenue - Truck and Bus Restriction
DPT recommends amending the Police and Traffic Codes to establish a bus and weight restriction on:
2. Elizabeth Street, 300 block - Tow-Away, No Parking Anytime
3. Lincoln Way and 30th Avenue - No Parking Anytime
4. Minnesota Street side of 1415 Indiana Street - Unmetered Motorcycle Parking
5. Silver Avenue and Quesada Avenue - Red Zones
6. Noriega Street and 21st Avenue - STOP Signs
1. Temporary Street Closures
A. Evans Avenue (eastbound only) between Mendell and Jennings Streets; Keith Street between Evans and Hudson Avenues; Fairfax Avenue between Newhall and Keith Streets; Hudson Avenue between Mendell and Keith Streets; Mendell Street between Hudson and Evans Avenues; Intersections: Evans and Hudson @ Keith Street; Fairfax and Hudson @ Mendell
B. Lyon Street between Hayes and Grove Streets
C. Brotherhood Way between Alemany Boulevard and Arch Street
D. Beverly Street between Sheilds Street and 19th Avenue
E. Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place between McAllister and Grove Streets; Larkin Street between McAllister and Hayes Streets; Hayes Street (south side parking lane only) between Larkin and Polk Streets; Grove Street (north side parking lane only) between Larkin and Polk Streets; Intersection: Fulton @ Larkin Street
2. Mission Street at 1st and 2nd Street – Muni Bus Line 10 Reroute
3. Buchanan Street at Hermann Street - Left Lane Must Turn Left
4. Unit and 100 Blocks Florentine Street - One-Way Street
5. 400 Howard Street (Natoma Street Side) - Overwide Driveway
6. 23rd Street, east of Michigan Street - Major Encroachment
7. Minnesota Street, 900 Block – Perpendicular Parking
A. Establishing 90-degree parking on Minnesota Street, east side, from 20thStreet and 391 feet southerly and rescinding 90-degree parking on Minnesota Street, west side, from 20th and 391 feet southerly (net loss of 24spaces during construction); or
B. Establish 90-degree parking on Minnesota Street, east side, from 20th Street to 22nd Street and rescinding 90-degree parking on Minnesota Street, west side, between 20th and 22nd Streets (net loss of 17 spaces during construction).
8. Van Ness Avenue, between Fell and Market Streets – Median
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