Metropolitan Transportation  
Bay Area Metro Center  
375 Beale Street  
San Francisco, CA 94105  
Meeting Agenda  
Metropolitan Transportation Commission  
Alfredo Pedroza, Chair Nick Josefowitz, Vice Chair  
Wednesday, April 26, 2023  
9:35 AM  
Board Room - 1st Floor  
Joint meeting with the Bay Area Housing Finance Authority (BAHFA)  
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is scheduled to meet jointly with BAHFA on  
Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 9:35 a.m. in the Bay Area Metro Center at 375 Beale Street,  
Board Room (1st Floor). This meeting shall consist of a simultaneous teleconference call  
at the following location(s):  
Pinole Public Library, 2935 Valley Road, Pinole, CA 94564  
James City-County Recreation Center,  
Community Room D, 5301 Longhill Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188  
Meeting attendees may opt to attend in person for public comment and observation. In-person  
attendees must adhere to posted public health protocols while in the building. The meeting  
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Commission / BAHFA Roster:  
Alfredo Pedroza (Chair), Nick Josefowitz (Vice Chair), Margaret Abe-Koga, Eddie Ahn,  
David Canepa, Cindy Chavez, Carol Dutra-Vernaci, Dina El-Tawansy*, Victoria Fleming,  
Dorene M. Giacopini*, Federal D. Glover, Matt Mahan, Nate Miley, Stephanie Moulton-Peters,  
Sue Noack, Gina Papan, David Rabbitt, Hillary Ronen, Libby Schaaf*, James P. Spering, Sheng  
*Non-Voting Members  
1. Call to Order / Roll Call / Confirm Quorum  
A quorum of this Commission and BAHFA shall be a majority of its voting members (10).  
2. Pledge of Allegiance/ Acknowledgement of the Flag  
3. Compensation Announcement (Clerk)  
4. Joint MTC and BAHFA Consent Calendar  
Minutes of the March 22, 2023 Joint MTC with BAHFA meeting  
Commission / Authority Approval  
Contract - Doorway Housing Portal: Exygy, Inc.  
Authorization to amend the terms of approval of the contract between  
Exygy Inc. (“Consultant”) and BAHFA for web design services for BAHFA’s  
Doorway Housing Portal Pilot (“Project”) for changes to anticipated  
phasing dates in the Scope of Work and minor adjustments to the scope of  
work to be completed in Phases 2 and 3.  
Commission / Authority Approval  
5. Public Comment / Other Business  
6. Adjourn BAHFA and Continue with MTC Agenda  
7. Chair's Report  
Update to Committee Assignments  
Commission Approval  
8. Policy Advisory Council Report  
Certificate of Appreciation to Richard W. Hedges for nearly 20 years of  
service to the Policy Advisory Council.  
9. Executive Director's Report (Fremier)  
Executive Director's Report  
10. Commissioner Comments  
11. Consent Calendar:  
International Travel Request  
Commission Approval  
Administration Committee  
Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Resolution No. 4516,  
Revised FY 2022-23 Overall Work Program (OWP) Amendment No. 2  
Commission Approval  
Programming and Allocations Committee  
MTC Resolution No. 4545, Revised. 2023 Transportation Improvement  
Program (TIP) Amendment 2023-08.  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution Nos. 4523, Revised and 4524, Revised. Allocation of  
$22.8 million in FY 2022-23 Transportation Development Act (TDA) and  
State Transit Assistance (STA) funds to three operators to support transit  
operations and capital projects in the region.  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution Nos. 4202, Revised and 4505, Revised. Various  
revisions to the One Bay Area Grant programs (OBAG 2 and 3), including  
reprogramming $3.65 million in OBAG 2 Regional funds within the  
Connected Bay Area Program and revisions to clarify OBAG 3 County &  
Local Program programming requirements.  
Commission Approval  
Operations Committee  
Bikeshare Capital Grant Program - Clipper® Requirement  
Commission Approval  
Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee  
Assembly Bill 413 (Lee): Vehicles: Stopping, Standing and Parking Near a  
Prohibits vehicles from stopping, standing or parking within 20 feet of a  
marked crosswalk or intersection to improve visibility of bicyclists and  
Support and Seek Amendment / MTC Commission Approval  
Assembly Bill 463 (Hart): Priority Access to Electricity for Public  
Provides public transportation access to the electric grid during  
Support / MTC Commission Approval  
Committee Reports  
12. Administration Committee (Papan)  
Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Resolution No. 4577 -  
Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-24 Overall Work Program (OWP)  
A request that the Committee refer MTC Resolution No. 4577 for  
Commission approval. This resolution guides the FY 2023-24 OWP  
collaborative metropolitan transportation planning process involving MTC,  
the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG), the Federal Highway  
Administration (FHWA), the Federal Transit Administration (FTA),  
Caltrans, and other local transportation partners. The request includes  
authorization for the Executive Director to enter into and execute required  
certifications, assurances, and an Overall Work Program Agreement  
(OWPA) for federal and state transportation planning grants.  
Commission Approval  
13. Programming and Allocations Committee (Chavez)  
MTC Resolution No. 4510, Revised. Transit Capital Priorities Policy and  
Program FYs 2021-22 - 2023-24  
Update of Transit Capital Priorities (TCP) program; including updates to  
FYs 2021-22 through 2023-24 programming, and amending FY 2022-23  
programming to include updated fixed guideway cap programming and the  
Zero-Emission Bus (ZEB) Infrastructure Set-Aside.  
Commission Approval  
14. Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee (Canepa)  
Assembly Bill 645 (Friedman): Speed Safety Pilot Program  
Revised version of legislation MTC supported in 2021 and 2022  
(Assembly Bill (AB) 550 (Chiu, 2021) and AB 2336 (Friedman, 2022)) to  
authorize specified cities to implement five-year pilots to test speed safety  
cameras, under specific circumstances.  
Support / MTC Commission Approval  
Senate Bill 532 (Wiener): Local Ballot Measure Labels  
Provides option for local bonds and other tax measures to provide details  
via the voter guide instead of on the ballot label, with transparency  
Ratify Support / MTC Commission Affirmation  
15. Commission Approval  
Transit Fiscal Cliff Recovery Program: Proposed Funding Advocacy  
Staff recommendation for funding sources and overall advocacy approach  
to addressing the transit fiscal cliff and supporting investment in  
rider-focused enhancements to attract new riders.  
Commission Approval  
16. Public Comment / Other Business  
17. Adjournment / Next Meetings:  
The next meeting of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission is scheduled to be  
held at 9:35 a.m. on Wednesday, May 24, 2023. Any changes to the schedule will be  
duly noticed to the public.  
Public Comment: The public is encouraged to comment on agenda items at Commission meetings  
by completing a request-to-speak card (available from staff) and passing it to the Commission  
secretary. Public comment may be limited by any of the procedures set forth in Section 3.09 of MTC's  
Procedures Manual (Resolution No. 1058, Revised) if, in the chair's judgment, it is necessary to  
maintain the orderly flow of business.  
Meeting Conduct: If this meeting is willfully interrupted or disrupted by one or more persons  
rendering orderly conduct of the meeting unfeasible, the Chair may order the removal of individuals who  
are willfully disrupting the meeting. Such individuals may be arrested. If order cannot be restored by  
such removal, the members of the Commission may direct that the meeting room be cleared (except  
for representatives of the press or other news media not participating in the disturbance), and the  
session may continue.  
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nominal charge, or recordings may be listened to at MTC offices by appointment. Audiocasts are  
maintained on MTC's Web site ( for public review for at least one year.  
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All items on the agenda are subject to action and/or change by the Commission. Actions recommended  
by staff are subject to change by the Commission.