· Win Din, SFMTA Board
· Boe Hayward, SF Board of Supervisors Aide
· Bevan Dufty, SF Board of Supervisors
· Steve Ferrario, SFMTA CAC
· Nathaniel P. Ford, Sr., SFMTA
· Ed Harrington, Controller’s Office
· Kevin Hughes, Local 6
· Glenda Lavigne, TWU Local 200
· Irwin Lum, TWU Local 250A
· Peter Mezey, SFMTA Board
· Susan Mizner, Mayor’s Office on Disability
· Jose Luis Móscovich, SFCTA
· Tom Radulovich, TEP CAC
· Leah Shahum, SFMTA Board
· Stuart Sunshine, Mayor’s Office
Controller’s Office Staff
TEP Consultant Team
Russ Chisholm, TMD
TEP Program Manager Julie Kirschbaum reviewed the status of key TEP activities. This week the project team is starting a series of brainstorming sessions with the consultants to develop draft service concepts based on the data collected to-date. The anticipated date for completion of the TEP study is February 2008.
We will be hosting a series of four public workshops
in late October to continue the dialogue with the public and to share key
findings to date. Locations include the
Excelsior, Inner Sunset, Mission District and the
A summary of results of the TEP Survey for Seniors and People with Disabilities will be shared with the PAG in October. This summary will also be presented to the Muni Accessibility Advisory Committee and the Mayor’s Disability Council later this week.
SERVICE ASSESSMENT PRESENTATION
Russ Chisholm presented the findings of the Service Assessment, focusing on the following aspects:
The presentation included the analysis of all data collected through the Automatic Passenger Counters (APC) and how it will be used to inform the service development framework. Currently the light rail data is being processed and the cable car data is being collected. The data shows where people are taking public transit, where service quality needs improvement, where service is over and under utilized, and where service is financially effective. The key findings in this presentation will be shared at the October public workshops. The draft framework will be shared at a future PAG meeting.
PAG Member Comments:
Bob Planthold spoke, noting that the direction of the meeting’s conversation showed both neglect and oversight of the needs of seniors and people with disabilities. He promised to send more comments to PAG members by e-mail.
The next PAG meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, October 17, 2007 from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM in City Hall, Room 278.