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, January 24, 2024  
9:45 AM  
Board Room - 1st Floor  
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is scheduled to meet at 9:45 a.m. or immediately  
following the 9:40 a.m. BATA meeting.  
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Beale Street, Board Room (1st Floor). In-person attendees must adhere to posted public  
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Clerk: Kimberly Ward  
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 Thao  
*Non-Voting Members  
1. Call to Order / Roll Call / Confirm Quorum  
A quorum of the Commission shall be a majority of its voting members (10).  
2. Chair's Report  
MTC Resolution No. 4628. Resolution of Appreciation for Leah Zippert on  
the occasion of her retirement from MTC.  
Commission Approval  
3. Policy Advisory Council Report  
Policy Advisory Council Report  
4. Executive Director's Report  
Executive Director's Report  
5. Commissioner Comments  
6. Consent Calendar  
Approval of Commission Minutes of the December 20, 2023 Meeting  
Commission Approval  
MTC Resolution No. 3931, Revised. Policy Advisory Council Appointment  
Commission Approval  
Ky-Nam Miller  
Administration Committee  
MTC Resolution No. 4563, Revised. Reauthorization of MTC Investment  
Commission Approval  
Natalie Perkins  
Programming and Allocations Committee  
MTC Resolution Nos. 4615 and 4585, Revised. Allocation of $34.5 million  
in Regional Measure 3 (RM3) capital funds to San Francisco Municipal  
Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and Contra Costa Transportation  
Authority (CCTA).  
Commission Approval  
Julieth Ortiz  
MTC Resolution No. 4545, Revised. 2023 Transportation Improvement  
Program (TIP) Amendment 2023-25.  
Commission Approval  
John Saelee  
MTC Resolution Nos. 4570, 4571 and 4626 Revised. FY2023-24 Transit  
Development Act (TDA), State Transit Assistance (STA) and Regional  
Measure 3 (RM3) Allocations to the City of Fairfield (FAST), the Transbay  
Joint Powers Authority (TJPA), and Metropolitan Transportation  
Commission (MTC).  
Commission Approval  
Luis Garcia  
MTC Resolution No. 4621. Regional Measure 3 Program Amendments  
A summary of public comments received and recommendation to modify  
five existing projects and reassign $16.7 million in Regional Measure 3  
(RM3) funds, specifically to:  
(i) Redirect $16,700,000 in funds from the Solano County I-80/I-680/SR-  
12 Interchange Project (RM3 project #21) to the Solano I-80 Express  
Lanes (Toll System) project - part of the Bay Area Corridor Express Lanes  
suite of projects (under RM3 project #2);  
(ii) Modify scope of Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) project  
(RM3 project #7) to clarify eligibility of the multi-use pathway along SMART  
(iii) Modify scope of Highway 101-Marin/Sonoma Narrows (RM3 project  
#20) to extend the project limits approximately 4.5 miles from Petaluma  
Blvd. South to Petaluma Blvd. North in Petaluma and approximately three  
(3) miles from Atherton Ave. to State Route 37 in Novato; and  
(iv) Add the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) as a joint  
project sponsor to State Route 37 Improvements (RM3 project #23).  
Commission Approval  
Kenneth Kao  
Joint MTC Planning Committee with the ABAG Administrative Committee  
Transportation Electrification Initiatives: 2023 Transit Station Public  
Charging Grant Award Recommendations ($10,000,000)  
Approval of $10 million in grants to support the deployment of electric  
vehicle charging infrastructure at Bay Area transit stations as part of MTC’s  
Climate Program transportation electrification investments to advance Plan  
Bay Area 2050.  
MTC Commission Approval  
James Choe  
Committee Report  
7. Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee (Canepa)  
Regional Transportation Revenue Measure Enabling Legislation  
Outline of proposed legislation enabling MTC to place a future regional  
transportation revenue measure on the ballot.  
MTC Commission Approval  
Rebecca Long  
Proposed Final 2024 MTC/ABAG Joint Advocacy Program  
Final 2024 Joint Advocacy Program for MTC and ABAG, expressing the  
agencies’ state and federal legislative priorities.  
ABAG Executive Board Approval  
MTC Commission Approval  
Georgia Gann Dohrmann  
8. Commission Information  
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) (California Division) MPO  
Certification Review - Overview of Process  
As part of its quadrennial certification review of Metropolitan Planning  
Organizations (MPOs), USDOT offers opportunities for members of the  
public to offer feedback regarding the metropolitan planning process.  
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) staff will present the certification  
review process.  
Jasmine Amanin (Federal Highway Administration)  
9. Closed Session  
Closed Session Public Comment  
The Commission will meet in Closed Session, pursuant to Public  
Employee Performance Evaluation Government Code §54957, with  
respect to the Executive Director and the Executive Director’s  
compensation range of non-represented employees. The Executive  
Director shall not be present for discussions on compensation.  
10. Open Session  
11. Public Comment / Other Business  
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Public Comment  
12. Adjournment / Next Meetings:  
The next meeting of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission will be held on  
Wednesday, February 28, 2024 at the Bay Area Metro Center, 375 Beale Street, San  
Francisco, CA.  
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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persons with disabilities and individuals with limited-English proficiency who wish to address  
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and ask to be relayed to (415) 778-6700. We request at least three working days' notice to  
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tres días hábiles de anticipación.  
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