Metropolitan Transportation  
Bay Area Metro Center  
375 Beale Street  
San Francisco, CA 94105  
Meeting Agenda - Final-revised  
Metropolitan Transportation Commission  
Alfredo Pedroza, Chair Nick Josefowitz, Vice Chair  
Wednesday, September 28, 2022  
9:35 AM  
HYBRID (In-Person Option Available)  
Joint Meeting with the Bay Area Housing Finance Authority (BAHFA)  
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is scheduled to meet jointly with BAHFA on  
Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at 9:35 a.m. or immediately following the 8:15 a.m. Special  
MTC Executive Committee meeting, in the Bay Area Metro Center (HYBRID with In-person  
option available). In light of Governor Newsom’s State of Emergency declaration regarding  
COVID-19 and in accordance with Assembly Bill 361’s (Rivas) provisions allowing remote  
meetings, this meeting will be accessible via webcast, teleconference, and Zoom for all  
participants. A Zoom panelist link for meeting participants will be sent separately to committee,  
commission, or board members.  
Meeting attendees may opt to attend in person for public comment and observation at 375  
Beale Street, Board Room (1st Floor). In-person attendees must adhere to posted public  
health protocols while in the building.  
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Commission / BAHFA Roster:  
Alfredo Pedroza (Chair), Nick Josefowitz (Vice Chair), Margaret Abe-Koga, Eddie Ahn, David  
Canepa, Cindy Chavez, Damon Connolly, Carol Dutra-Vernaci, Dina El-Tawansy*, Victoria  
Fleming, Dorene M. Giacopini*, Federal D. Glover, Sam Liccardo, Nate Miley, Gina Papan,  
David Rabbitt, Hillary Ronen, Libby Schaaf, James P. Spering, Amy R. Worth  
*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  
4. Joint MTC and BAHFA Consent Calendar  
Minutes of the June 22, 2022 BAHFA Meeting; and Minutes of the August  
24, 2022 Special Joint MTC w/ BAHFA Meeting.  
Commission and Authority Approval  
MTC Resolution No. 4539, and BAHFA Resolution No. 019 - providing for  
remote meetings pursuant to Assembly Bill 361  
Commission and Authority Approval  
Contract - Web Design Services for BAHFA’s Doorway Housing Portal  
Pilot: Exygy Inc. ($1,000,000)  
Authorization to negotiate and enter into a contract with Exygy Inc., in an  
amount not to exceed $1 million, for web design services for BAHFA’s  
Doorway Housing Portal Pilot  
Authority Approval  
5. Public Comment / Other Business  
Public Comment  
6. Adjourn Bay Area Housing Finance Authority and Continue with MTC Agenda  
7. Chair's Report (Pedroza)  
8. Policy Advisory Council Report (Randi Kinman)  
Public Comment  
9. Executive Director’s Report (McMillan)  
Executive Director's Report  
10. Commissioner Comments  
11. Consent Calendar:  
Programming and Allocations Committee  
MTC Resolution No. 4475, Revised. 2021 Transportation Improvement  
Program (TIP) Amendment 2021-26.  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution Nos. 4522, Revised 4523, Revised and 4524, Revised,  
and 4528. Allocation of $172 million in FY 2022-23 Transportation  
Development Act (TDA), State Transit Assistance (STA), Regional  
Measure 2 (RM2), 5% Unrestricted State, and 2% Bridge Toll funds to six  
operators and MTC to support transit operations and capital projects in the  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution Nos. 4035, Revised and 4202, Revised. Revisions to the  
One Bay Area Grant programs (OBAG 1 and 2), including extending  
obligation deadlines for the OBAG 2 County and Safe & Seamless Mobility  
Quick-Strike Programs.  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution No. 4534, Revised. Amendment to Regional Program of  
Nominations for Senate Bill 1 Trade Corridor Enhancement Program.  
Commission Approval  
Operations Committee  
MTC Resolution No. 4538: 2021 MTC Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard  
Mitigation Plan  
Commission Approval  
Committee Reports  
12. Programming and Allocations Committee (Rabbitt)  
MTC Resolution Nos. 4444, Revised, 4510, Revised, 4513, Revised, and  
4169, Revised. Transit Capital Priorities Policy and Program FY2021-22 -  
Update of Transit Capital Priorities (TCP) Process and Criteria and  
programming of $42.3 million in in the TCP program; including $40.0  
million in FTA Formula Revenue funding for FYs 2021-22 through 2023-24,  
for transit operator state-of-good-repair consistent with the TCP Process  
and Criteria and additional programming of $2.3 million in AB 664 Bridge  
Tolls; a correction to the BATA Project Savings program; and discussion of  
financing against future FTA revenues.  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution No. 4505, Revised.  
Revisions to the One Bay Area Grant program (OBAG 3), including  
programming $103 million in OBAG 3 Regional Program funds.  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution Nos. 4544 and 4545. Adoption of the 2023 Transportation  
Improvement Program (TIP) and Transportation Air Quality Conformity  
Analysis for Plan Bay Area 2050 (Plan) and the 2023 TIP.  
The federally required TIP is a comprehensive listing of all Bay Area  
surface transportation projects that receive federal funds, are subject to a  
federally required action or are regionally significant for air quality  
conformity purposes. MTC is required to make a positive air quality  
conformity determination for the TIP and Plan in accordance with EPA’s  
transportation conformity regulations and MTC’s Bay Area Air Quality  
Conformity Procedures.  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution No. 4504, Revised. FY 2022-23 MTC Fund Estimate  
Updates the FY 2022-23 MTC Fund Estimate to incorporate actual FY  
2021-22 revenue for the State Transit Assistance (STA) and State of Good  
Repair (SGR) programs and revises FY 2022-23 revenue estimates.  
Commission Approval  
13. Joint MTC Planning Committee with the ABAG Administrative Committee  
MTC Resolution No. 4530: Transit-Oriented Communities (TOC) Policy  
Adoption of TOC Policy.  
MTC Commission Approval  
14. Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee (Vice Chair Liccardo)  
Proposition 30: Clean Cars & Clean Air Act  
Recommendation for MTC and ABAG to endorse Proposition 30 on the  
November 8, 2022 ballot.  
Support / ABAG Executive Board Approval  
Support / MTC Commission Approval  
15. Public Comment / Other Business  
16. Adjournment / Next Meetings:  
The next meeting of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission is scheduled to be  
held at 9:35 a.m. on Wednesday, October 26, 2022. 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.