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1. Call to Order

Chairman Vaughns called the closed session to order at 4:03 p.m.

2. Roll Call


  • Shirley Breyer Black
  • Wil Din
  • Michael Kasolas
  • James McCray, Jr.
  • Peter Mezey
  • Cleopatra Vaughns

Also present:

  • Michael T. Burns, Director of Transportation
  • Roberta Boomer, Board Secretary
  • Julia Friedlander, Deputy City Attorney
  • Stuart Sunshine, Deputy Executive Director
  • Larry Williams, Deputy General Manger, HR/LR/EEO
  • Fred Stephens, General Manager
  • Wilson Johnson, Deputy General Manager
  • Mike Hursh, Deputy General Manager
  • Martin Gran, Deputy City Attorney

3. Discussion and vote pursuant to Administrative Code Section 67.11(a) as to whether to conduct a closed session and invoke the attorney-client privilege.

On motion to invoke the attorney-client privilege: unanimously approved.

4. Pursuant to Government Code Sections 54956.9, and Administrative Code Section 67.8 (a) (3) the Municipal Transportation Agency Board will meet in closed session to discuss attorney-client matters in the following case:


Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 54956.9: TWU, Local 250-A

______ As defendant __ 1 ___ As plaintiff

ADJOURN - The closed session was adjourned at 4:19 p.m.



1. Call to Order

Chairman Vaughns called the meeting to order at 4:25 p.m.

2. Roll Call


  • Shirley Breyer Black
  • Wil Din
  • Michael Kasolas
  • James McCray, Jr.
  • Peter Mezey
  • Cleopatra Vaughns

3. Announcement of prohibition of sound producing devices during the meeting.

Chairman Vaughns announced that the ringing of and use of cell phones, pagers and similar sound-producing electronic devices are prohibited at the meeting. She advised that any person responsible for the ringing or use of a cell phone, pager, or other similar sound-producing electronic devices might be removed from the meeting.

4. Approval of Minutes

On motion to approve the minutes of the February 28, 2005 Special Meeting: unanimously approved.

5. Communications

(5.1) Announcement of Closed Session.

Chairman Vaughns announced that the Board met in closed session to discuss anticipated litigation with the City Attorney. There was no action taken.

(5.2) Motion to disclose or not disclose the information discussed in closed session.

On motion to not disclose the information discussed: unanimously approved.

The Board Secretary announced that the EEO Quarterly report had been removed from the agenda at the request of staff. It will be presented to the Board at a future meeting.

6. Introduction of New or Unfinished Business by Board Members

-Establishing meaningful off-peak evening, late night and weekend service. Measure on-time service hour performance and service delivery against Prop. E established requirement level. (Director Din)


Peter Ho stated that he supported establishing service standards for off peak hours. Sometimes he has to walk home because a bus doesn’t show up.

Helen Kwan stated that the City should establish meaningful off-peak service that is meaningful to people who use the service. People who get off of work late in the evening shouldn’t be waiting for a bus they aren’t sure will arrive. On the weekends and evenings there are fewer buses. She expressed hope that standards would be developed.

David Pilpel stated that Director Din’s idea was a good idea. Off-peak service is on time roughly as often as during peak periods. The MTA should assign transit inspectors and have Central Control be more diligent. Operators shouldn’t be leaving the terminal early. Getting rid of early departures would get us much closer to the on-time performance standard.

Chairman Vaughns closed public comment and requested that staff comment on the item.

Exec. Director Burns stated that he now had a better understanding of what was desired. He stated that he would recommend an on-time performance measure for off-peak and weekend service be added as separate goals to the Service Standard Report.

Director Din expressed the hope that the MTA would be able to publish a schedule. People who get off work late in the evening need to rely on a schedule so they can get home. He added that he had received input from former Director Mike Casey who stated that hotel workers relied on public transit on the weekends. Director Din stated that he hopes staff would consider the needs of the public.

Director Kasolas inquired about how posting schedules for evening service would affected current policies. Exec. Director Burns stated that posting schedules did not affect current policies. He added that the MTA would be printing a new schedule once they had a schedule that reflected the anticipated service reductions.

Director Din commented that additional staff may be required during the weekend to answer calls to the 673-MUNI phone number.

Chairman Vaughns stated that publishing a schedule as soon as possible would answer many of the MTA’s problems so people could see where we are. She stated that publishing a schedule was a high priority.

Exec. Director Burns commented that the MTA currently runs by a schedule. The only difference would be to carve out specific performance measures for evenings and weekends.

Director Din stated that staff should investigate a modified evening or late-night service schedule because there is a quiet time between 7:00 and 10:00 p.m. After 10:00 p.m. service demand may be higher because of people who are getting off of a late shift.

Exec. Director Burns stated that schedules are developed for peak-demand of the time period. For example, if peak demand was at 9:00 p.m. then the MTA builds the schedule around that time. This issue is one of reliability rather than scheduling.

Chairman Vaughns inquired about how service could be increased given the current budget situation. Director Burns stated that the MTA would do their best to meet service demand given the budget limitations. He added that the opportunity to add service was very limited since service reductions would occur as a result of the budget deficit. The key points were to have a schedule and have buses that ran reliably to that schedule, particularly during off-peak hours. He added that the focus needed to be on running reliably to the established schedule.

Chairman Vaughns stated that she continues to hear comments regarding fare evasion. She proposed a public relations campaign and offered the following slogan, “Fare evasion is wrong! – It’s fair to pay your fare”.

7. Executive Director’s Report

  • Special Recognition Award
  • Prop K Prioritization Program
  • EEO Quarterly Report
  • Ongoing Activities

Exec. Director Burns stated that he was pleased to present this month’s Special Recognition Award to Regina Tharayil and James Lance. Regina joined Muni in January 1997 as a Senior Personnel Analyst in the Human Resources Division and was promoted to Principal Personnel Analyst in June 1999. Currently Ms. Tharayil supervises Human Resource analysts working in the areas of Recruitment, Selection and Classification. Regina and her staff recently administered a written civil service examination to almost 700 candidates who applied for a promotion to Transit Supervisor. Regina’s leadership and expertise guaranteed the success of this project, and service disruption was kept to a minimum over the two-day testing period as a result of her painstaking work in scheduling operators for the exam.

James Lance joined Muni in July 2001 as a Senior Personnel Analyst. As the analyst in charge of the Transit Supervisor examination, James did an outstanding job in leading his co-workers in four separate administrations of the exam during two long 12-hour days. His professionalism and attention to detail in the logistical planning, preparation and execution of this project resulted in an exceptionally smooth process.

Ms. Tharayil expressed her appreciation to the Board and to Mr. Burns for the recognition and acknowledged the team of people who worked on the project. Mr. Lance also thanked the Board and Mr. Burns and commented that it was a pleasure to work for Muni. Chairman Vaughns acknowledged and commended Ms. Tharayil and Mr. Lance on behalf of the Board of Directors.

Exec. Director Burns stated that the Department of Parking and Traffic had begun implementing the six-wheel truck loading zone program as a way to address the problem of large trucks double-parking downtown. He stated that in the past, there have been problems with large numbers of contractor’s vehicles and smaller delivery vehicles that park in truck loading zones, rendering these zones unavailable for large delivery vehicles. Red-domed parking meters distinguish the spaces for these six-wheel trucks. They are in effect from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The MTA submitted a balanced budget, in accordance with Prop E, to the Board of Supervisors on March 1, 2005. The budget is usually considered in May of each year at the same time as other enterprise departments. Staff has also submitted separate legislation to establish meter rates, parking fines, contractor and RPP permits fees consistent with the levels approved in the MTA Budget. These items require approval separate from the budget in accordance with state law. The MTA is requesting that the Board of Supervisors consider the rates, fines and fees legislation in early April.

The Giants season opener is April 5 with exhibition games on March 31st , April 1st and 2nd .

In the past BART riders would get a free ride to SBC with a “BART to MUNI” transfer and pay full fare on the return trip. This year BART patrons will have to pay one dollar each way. The MTA will provide 6 two car trains to supplement regular N line service ninety minutes before game time. Parking Control Officers will be deployed to assist with traffic control.

The Grand Opening of the Hotel Vitale took place at noon on Wednesday, March 9, 2005.

Chip Conley, owner of the hotel, was the emcee for the event with Mayor Gavin Newsom and former Mayor Willie Brown toasting the celebration. Directors Din and Mezey were also present.

Joie de Vivre will operate the Hotel with a 65-year lease. Under the terms of the lease, the developer pays all costs of operating, maintaining, and repairing the hotel, and will pay rent to the MTA estimated to approximately $4 million a year over the lease’s life. This has been an excellent joint venture between public private parties.

Jack Fleck, acting Traffic Engineer, presented the five-year Prop K expenditure plans.

Peter Straus, Manager of Service Planning, presented the Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit Study.

8. Citizen’s Advisory Council Report

Daniel Murphy, Chairman, CAC, stated that the CAC had no new recommendations.

9. Public Comment

Kash, SF Bicycle Coalition, stated that the Bike Coalition had been working with the Joint Powers Board to provide a staffed bike storage facility at CalTrain station at 4th and Townsend. They see this facility as having the potential to increase CalTrain riders. He doesn’t understand why CalTrain killed this program after the bid for construction was issued.

Norman Rolfe urged the Board to be considerate the public who are waiting and schedule closed sessions after the regular session rather than before.

Josh Hart, SF Bicycle Coalition, spoke about the need to have an attended bicycle facility at the 4th and Townsend CalTrain station. There is a major theft problem in the area and grant funds have already been allocated for the project. He requested that the Board support the project and help keep it alive.

Bert Hill stated that he had been working with the Bicycle Coalition on the Caltrain Station bike area. There is tremendous need and demand for this service. Only 16 bikes are allowed per train. He stated that the MTA Board should take an active role in influencing Caltrain to show some regard for cyclists.

Roger Bazeley stated that he was impressed with the direction taken with respect to Prop. K planning over past few years. He is glad to see bike needs distinguished from pedestrian needs. He would like to see projects implemented on a more timely manner and the pedestrian master plan put on a fast track. He recommended the expansion of pedestrian countdowns signals in areas adjacent to major arterial corridors.

Jeremy Nelson, TLC, supports a bike facility at the CalTrain bike station and suggested that the MTA secure a nearby location that would provide an operating subsidy for the bike station. He stated that the American Planning Association conference was being held in San Francisco. It is important for the Directors to attend. TLC has prepared a list of the most important sessions. Directors who do attend the conference should report back at a public meeting.

Barry Taranto would like to see a staff report on the types and numbers of citations issued. The 24-Divisadero line is terrible and poorly managed. It needs to be monitored, particularly in the evening. DPT should manage construction on Mission Street better since it affects public transportation. The Board should have a report as to whether the paratransit debit card contract is being administered properly. White zones are not being enforced properly.

M.P.R. Howard wondered why it was impossible to get the office of the Muni general manager on the phone and why the public information officer wasn’t available. Muni doesn’t publish bus route schedules. Customer Service gives you a form letter that doesn’t tell you if a problem had been dealt with. Why is Muni and DPT unable to stop taxi drivers from using bus zones as cabstands?

Mark Gruberg, United Taxicab Workers, stated that limousines were taking service from taxicabs. Limousines park in white zones and give kickbacks to the doorman when the doorman steers passengers to their cars. He requested stricter enforcement of white zones.

Rua Graffis, United Taxicab Workers, agreed with Mr. Gruberg’s comments. She stated that limousines park in the white zones. She requested better enforcement of those white zones.

Kate White expressed support for the Caltrain bike station plan. Bicycles are a safe and reliable way to get to the station. She urged Exec. Director Burns to use his position on the CalTrain Joint Powers Board to save the project.

David Kardatzke supports the construction of a bike station at the CalTrain station. He added that Mr. Straus didn’t mention bicycles as part of the Van Ness BRT.

Shannon Dodge rides her bike to the CalTrain station. She takes her bike with her down the Peninsula because she doesn’t want her bike stolen. She was looking forward to having a bike station in San Francisco and was shocked to hear that CalTrain was turning down funds for this project.

Jean Ellis Jones stated that TWU has been asking for a public relations person who could address issues and educate the public about the delays. P.R. is greatly needed and deserved.

Glenda Lavigne stated that eight double car trains were used last year for ballpark service but this year only six are scheduled. Revenue cars are being pulled out of regular service to serve the ballpark. This will impact people who are trying to get home and that needs to be addressed.

Chairman Vaughns closed public comment and inquired about the situation with white zones.

Exec. Director Burns will investigate and report back on the matter.

Chairman Vaughns requested information about the CalTrain bike storage facility. Exec. Director Burns replied that the Caltrain Board had taken no action on the project. CalTrain staff is reluctant to build it without knowing who would be operating it. They are facing a $13 million budget deficit and have no interest in running it themselves. Other counties would likely say that this was San Francisco’s responsibility and would probably vote against the project. He feels that some private or non-profit operator should run the project.

Director Mezey requested a report at the next meeting on what was involved in the bike storage facility. Exec. Director Burns stated that he would be happy to provide the background of and facts about the project and stated that he sympathizes with the need for a secure facility. He will also pass along the comments made by the Board and by the public to Joint Powers Board.



10. All matters listed hereunder constitute a Consent Calendar, are considered to be routine by the Municipal Transportation Agency Board, and will be acted upon by a single vote of the Board. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the Board or the public so requests, in which event the matter shall be removed from the Consent Calendar and considered as a separate item.

(10.1) Requesting the Controller to allot funds and to draw warrants against such funds available or will be available in payment of the following claims against the MTA:

A. Rommel Silva, Unlitigated Claim #0402272 filed on 2/11/04 for $7,500

B. Milen Yap, Unlitigated Claim #0402273 filed on 2/11/04 for $10,000

C. Jan Naftalin, Unlitigated Claim #0403201 filed on 4/21/04 for $17,500

D. Lilia Chibane, Superior Ct. #411203 filed on 8/6/02 for $20,000

E. Leslie LoCoco, Unlitigated Claim #0502302 filed on 1/14/05 for $20,000

F. Bick Lee, Superior Ct. #418599 filed on 3/24/03 for $40,000


(10.2) Approving the following traffic modifications:

  1. ESTABLISH - UNMETERED MOTORCYCLE PARKING - Scott Street, east side, from the north crosswalk at Grove Street to 16 feet southerly.
  2. ESTABLISH - BUS ZONE/TERMINAL - Hudson Avenue, northeast side, between 3rd St and Newhall St. (Explanatory documents include a staff report and resolution.) (DPT)


(10.3) Authorizing the Director to accept and expend $744,000 in Federal Building Fund capital assistance from the GSA for Muni’s Radio System Replacement project. (Explanatory documents include a staff report and resolution.) (MUNI)

This item was severed from the Consent Calendar at the request of the public.


Glenda Lavigne, TWU-Local 200, stated that the resolution wasn’t clear about what the money was being used for.

Exec. Director Burns stated that the cost for the whole replacement project was $80 million, which includes all vehicles and central control. Radio replacement is a priority for the Agency. This money was secured by working through Congresswoman Pelosi’s office. As money for the project are secured, it is put into an account that is built up to pay for entire project.


On motion to approve:

ADOPTED: AYES – Black, Din, Kasolas, McCray, Mezey and Vaughns

(10.4) Authorizing the Director to issue a Request for Proposals for a urine drug collector and breath alcohol technician/screening test technician for MTA’s drug and alcohol testing program; evaluate proposals; and negotiate a contract in an amount not to exceed $400,000 and a term not to exceed three years. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, resolution and financial plan.) (MUNI)


(10.5) Authorizing the Director to execute Unilateral Contract Modification No. 8 to Contract No. MR-1146, Third Street Light Rail Project: Traction Power Systems Project, with Mitchell Engineering to extend the time by 219 calendar days to January 21, 2005, and increase the contract amount by $22,810.99, for a total contract amount of $ 9,011,888.08. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, resolution, contract modification and financial plan.) (MUNI)


No public comment.

On motion to approve the Consent Calendar (Item 10.3 severed):

ADOPTED: AYES – Black, Din, Kasolas, McCray, Mezey and Vaughns



11. Approving the following traffic modifications:

POTRERO AVENUE LIVABLE STREET CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS including lane reductions, crosswalk improvements, north and south bound bicycle lanes and a northbound bus lane at various locations on Potrero Avenue, between 17th and 25th Streets

A. Establish - north and southbound bike lanes - Potrero Avenue, from 17th Street to 50 feet south of 25th Street

B. Establish - No Left Turn - Potrero Ave, northbound, at 23rd St; Potrero Ave, northbound, at 25th St. and Potrero Ave, southbound, into SFGH driveway south of 21st St.

C. Establish - Tow Away, No Stopping , 7 AM - 9 AM and 4 PM - 6 PM, MONDAY - FRIDAY - 23rd Street, north side, from Potrero Avenue to 75 feet easterly

D. Establish - “Tow Away, No Stopping”, 7 AM - 9 AM and 4 PM - 6 PM, MONDAY - FRIDAY - 23rd Street, south side, from Potrero Avenue to 52 feet westerly;

E. Extend - MUNI BUS Zones - from 73 feet to 100 feet south of 17th Street, west side; from 60 feet to 100 feet north of 17th Street, east side; from 78 feet to 100 feet south of 18th Street, west side; from 50 feet to 120 feet south of 18th Street, east side; from 73 feet to 100 feet south of 20th Street, west side; from 64 feet to 120 feet north of 20th Street, east side; from 70 feet to 100 feet south of 21st Street, west side; from 74 feet to 100 feet south of 22nd Street, west side; from 74 feet to 100 feet south of 23rd Street, west side; from 100 feet to 125 feet north of 24th Street, east side; from 77 feet to 100 feet south of 24th Street, west side; and from 80 feet to 120 feet south of 25th Street, east side.

F. Revoke - No Left TurN - Potrero Avenue, northbound, at 24th Street

G. Revoke - No Left Turn - Potrero Avenue, southbound, at 17th Street

H. Close – CROSSWALK - Potrero Avenue, north side at 23rd Street (western leg)

I. Establish - mid-block crosswalk - Potrero Avenue, approximately 360 feet north of the 23rd Street (west) intersection

J. Establish - new mid-block Traffic Signal - Potrero Avenue, approximately 360 feet north of the 23rd Street (west) intersection.

K. Establish - Bus, Taxi AND Right Turn Only LANE - Potrero Avenue, northbound, from 220 feet south of 23rd Street to 100 feet north of 22nd Street.

L. Rescind - No Left Turn 3:30 PM – 7 PM MonDAY THROUGH FRIDAY - Potrero Avenue, northbound, at 24th Street.

M. Establish - No U-TurN - Potrero Avenue, southbound, at 22nd Street; Potrero Avenue, northbound, at 22nd Street.

N. ESTABLISH - Tow-Away, No Stopping At All Times - Potrero Avenue, east side, from 50 feet south of 23rd Street to 23rd Street; Potrero Avenue, east side, from 23rd Street to the existing bus bulb, 310 feet north of 23rd Street; Potrero Avenue, east side from 50 feet south of 22nd Street to 22nd Street; and Potrero Avenue, east side, from 22nd Street north to 160 feet north of 22nd Street. (Explanatory documents include a staff report and resolution.) (DPT)

Exec. Director Burns stated that the Potrero Avenue Traffic Calming initiative had been in the planning stage for some time. He commented that a vast majority of people supported the plan, as it was good for traffic calming, mass transit, pedestrians and bicyclists.

Bond Yee, Director, Department of Parking and Traffic presented the staff report.

Chairman Vaughns opened public comment and established a time limitation of two minutes per speaker.


Hunter Cutting stated that as residents of Potrero Avenue, his family would be affected by this plan in every way. The plan doesn’t go far enough and is long overdue. Please support the plan.

Fran Taylor stated that she was in support of the project but doesn’t think it goes far enough. She hopes this is just the beginning rather than an end. She has never seen a transit-only lane enforced and hopes that enforcement is part of the plan.

M.P.R. Howard stated that it always had been illegal to make right-turns off of Potrero but requests for enforcement had fallen on deaf ears. They do not want to see the right-turn established on Potrero. The loss of parking will be significant.

Kash stated that his family lived and rode their bikes on Potrero. He would like to see the street made safer for his daughter. Please approve it.

Josh Hart, SF Bicycle Coalition, expressed his support for the project. He noted that the neighbors have been waiting for years for this project. Bicycle lanes are a critical safety element. He urged the MTA to approve it. He also urged staff to look at the possibility of widening the bike lane to allow riders to ride outside the dangerous door zone. He thanked DPT and Kevin Keck for their hard work and patience.

Jesus Gomez noted that he lives in area where the bus stop was being extended. He asked that the bus stop be moved back to the corner. He commented that articulated buses wouldn’t be able to move into the bus stop mid-block because of the cars that will be parked in front of and in back of the bus zone. Don’t eliminate any parking.

Daniel Connelly stated that he was a regular rider and urged support.

Bob Ivory stated that he rode his bike to S.F. General hospital every day and urged the Board to support the plan. The compromise of eight parking places was nothing compared to the life of a child.

Bert Hill stated that he remembers when Elizabeth Dominguez was killed. She is an example of why students need a safe route to school. He stated that he endorses the compromise plan. It gives us a transit-first city and allows for a comprehensive bike route.

Jeremy Nelson, Transportation for a Livable City (TLC), stated that TLC strongly supported the proposal because it will improve pedestrian and bicycle safety. He urged further revisions such as allocating funding for additional enforcement of the three-block bus rapid transit lane; landscaping the center median to encourage neighborhood revitalization; and directing staff to begin working on phase II of the project.

Barry Taranto expressed concern that there wasn’t enough outreach to the rest of the city. It’s important to monitor this project to determine the effect of this project on other streets. He is concerned about left-turn lanes on 24th St .

Mark Alvarado stated that he was at the intersection on the day that Elizabeth Dominquez was killed. He urged the Board to pass the proposal. He appreciates the work but implored staff to expand the scope of the project.

Kate White stated that she was thrilled to see the plan before the Board. She sees these changes as “Transit-First” and pedestrian, children and bicycle friendly.

David Kardatzke stated that pedestrian safety was the priority and urged the Board to support the project.

Shannon Dodge stated that she is looking forward to this groundbreaking traffic project. She commended staff for a project that has something for everyone. She strongly supports the project. She hopes to see enforcement of the 25 mph speed limit.

Roger Bazeley stated that he was nervous about the project. He supports the traffic calming improvements and bicycle lanes but would rather have seen a center orientation for the buses. Potrero is an excellent location for bus rapid transit.


On motion to approve:

ADOPTED: AYES – Black, Din, Kasolas, McCray, Mezey and Vaughns

12. Authorizing the award of Department of Public Works Contract No. 0847J: Cesar Chavez Street Traffic Signal Upgrade, to Phoenix Electric Company, as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, for a total contract amount of $591,579.00. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, resolution and financial plan.)

No public comment.


On motion to approve:

ADOPTED: AYES – Black, Din, Kasolas, McCray, Mezey and Vaughns


13. Authorizing the Director to execute Contract Modification No. 18 (Unilateral), and Contract Modification No. 19 (Unilateral) to Contract No. MR-1143, Third St. Light Rail Transit, Jerrold to Donner Avenue, with Mitchell Engineering/Obayashi Corporation, to increase the contract by $1,933,258.40 for a total contract amount not to exceed $35,087,398.40, and to increase the contract duration by 21 calendar days. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, resolution, contract modification and financial plan.)

No public comment.

Chairman Vaughns requested that acronyms be spelled out.


On motion to approve:

ADOPTED: AYES – Black, Din, Kasolas, McCray, Mezey and Vaughns

14. Authorizing the Director to execute Contract Modification No. 15 to Contract No. MR-1144, Third Street Light Rail Project: Donner Avenue to Hester Avenue, with Shimmick Construction Co./Homer J. Olsen, for additional traffic routing and traffic control, for an amount not to exceed $1,897,436.50 and a total contract amount not to exceed $42,891,346.50, with no time extension. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, resolution, contract modification and financial plan.)

No public comment.


On motion to approve:

ADOPTED: AYES – Black, Din, Kasolas, McCray, Mezey and Vaughns

ADJOURN - The meeting was adjourned at 7:24 p.m.

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Board Secretary

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