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, March 22, 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, March 22, 2023 at 9:35 a.m. in the Bay Area Metro Center at 375 Beale Street,  
Board Room (1st Floor). Meeting attendees may opt to attend in person for public comment  
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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, James P. Spering, Sheng Thao, Vacant*  
*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  
2. Pledge of Allegiance/ Acknowledgement of the Flag  
3. Compensation Announcement  
4. Joint MTC and BAHFA Consent Calendar  
Minutes of the February 22, 2023 Joint MTC with BAHFA meeting  
Commission and BAHFA Approval  
5. MTC and BAHFA Approval  
BAHFA Resolution No. 28  
Approval of the Housing Preservation Pilot and Priority Sites Pilot and  
Acceptance of estimated Grant of $43 Million in REAP 2.0 Proceeds  
from MTC to BAHFA; Delegation of Authority to the Executive Director  
or Designee To Implement Such Programs; CEQA Determination:  
Housing Preservation Pilot is Exempt Pursuant to CEQA Guideline  
15061(b)(3), Delegated CEQA Authority for the Priority Sites Pilot  
Program; Authority to Execute Agreements with Terner Center at UC  
Berkeley ($5 million) and Housing Accelerator Fund ($5 million).  
BAHFA Approval  
6. Public Comment / Other Business  
7. Adjourn BAHFA and Continue with MTC Agenda  
8. Chair's Report  
Correspondence Received  
New Committee Assignments  
Commission Approval  
9. Policy Advisory Council Report  
10. Executive Director's Report  
Executive Director's Report  
11. Commissioner Comments  
12. Consent Calendar:  
Programming and Allocations Committee  
MTC Resolution No. 4545, Revised. 2023 Transportation Improvement  
Program (TIP) Amendment 2023-07.  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution Nos. 4456, Revised, and 4510, Revised. Transit  
Capital Priorities Policy and Program FY2021-22 - FY2023-24.  
Commission Approval  
Update to Proposed Expenditure of MTC Share of CARES Act (H.R.  
748) Supplemental Federal Transit Funds  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution Nos. 4519, Revised. An update to the Transit  
Transformation Action Plan Program of Projects to reflect the  
programming and allocation of approximately $1.8 million to AC Transit  
and $2.2 million to BART for staff support of the delivery of Action Plan  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution Nos. 4504, Revised, 4523, Revised, and 4524,  
Revised. Updates the programming and allocation of Transportation  
Development Act and State Transit Assistance funds for Feeder Bus  
payments from BART to four East Bay bus operators.  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution No. 4273, Revised. FY2022-23 Cap and Trade Low  
Carbon Transit Operations Program (LCTOP)  
Commission Approval  
Joint MTC Planning Committee with the ABAG Administrative Committee  
MTC Resolution No. 4550, Revised - Guidelines for Countywide  
Transportation Plans  
MTC Commission Approval  
Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee  
MTC Resolution No. 3931, Revised - Policy Advisory Council  
Commission Approval  
Committee Reports  
13. Administration Committee (Glover)  
MTC Resolution No. 4565: Grant of Funding from Metropolitan  
Transportation Commission (MTC) to Bay Area Housing Finance  
Authority (BAHFA) for Regional Early Action Planning Grant (REAP 2.0)  
Housing Preservation and Priority Sites Programs and Authority to the  
Executive Director to Take Action to Implement the Grant  
Request for authorization to grant $43 million in REAP 2.0 funding from  
MTC to the BAHFA for two new housing pilot programs: the Housing  
Preservation Pilot and the Priority Sites Pilot and for the Executive  
Director to take action to implement the grant.  
Commission Approval  
14. Programming and Allocations Committee (Rabbitt)  
MTC Resolution Nos. 3989, Revised, 4202, Revised, and 4505, Revised  
Various revisions to the One Bay Area Grant programs (OBAG 2 and 3)  
and MTC exchange program, including changing the fund source of  
$15.9 million for MTC’s Bay Wheels Bikeshare E-Bike Expansion  
project, programming $15.3 million to various projects within the Transit  
Performance Initiatives (TPI) program, increasing OBAG 3 programming  
capacity by $9 million to reflect to increased funding under the federal  
Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), and programming projects  
on the OBAG 3 County & Local Program contingency list.  
Commission Approval  
15. Joint MTC Planning Committee with the ABAG Administrative Committee  
MTC Resolution No. 4567: Priority Sites Nomination Criteria  
Background information on the Priority Sites program and request that  
the Committee refer MTC Resolution No. 4567 to the Commission for  
approval. Following approval, staff will solicit local nominations for  
eligible Priority Sites and bring recommendations for approved Priority  
Sites to the Committees in the summer. Thereafter, projects on adopted  
Priority Sites will be eligible for pilot funding and technical assistance,  
subject to funding availability and further programmatic guidance by the  
Commission, the ABAG Executive Board, and/or the Bay Area Housing  
Finance Authority (BAHFA) Board as applicable.  
Commission Approval  
16. Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee  
Senate Bill 225 (Caballero): Community Anti-Displacement and  
Preservation Program  
New state program to invest in affordable housing preservation and  
anti-displacement strategies.  
Support / Commission Approval  
Assembly Bill 350 (Aguiar-Curry): Sacramento Area Regional Plan  
Delays until 2025 the Sacramento Area Council of  
Governments’(SACOG) next sustainable communities strategies  
Support / Commission Approval  
17. Public Comment / Other Business  
18. Adjournment / Next Meetings:  
The next meeting of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission is scheduled  
to be held at 9:35 a.m. on Wednesday, April 26, 2023. Any changes to the  
schedule will be duly noticed to the public.  
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