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There are several legislative steps for bicycle facility implementation. A generalized series of meetings follows this approximate order: review by city departments and the Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC), environmental review, public hearing, followed by final Municipal Transportation Agency Board approval.
A description and links to public meetings are below:
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Public Hearing
There are two meetings per month on alternate Fridays. Separate meetings address general concerns and color curb requests.
Bicycle Advisory Committee Meeting
The Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) is appointed by and reports to the Board of Supervisors. The BAC generally meets on the fourth Thursday of each month. The SFMTA, along with several other City departments and agencies, regularly present materials and information to the BAC at their scheduled meetings.
BAC meeting schedule
2013 SFMTA Livable Streets Reports to the BAC
2012 SFMTA Livable Streets Reports to the BAC
2011 SFMTA Livable Streets Reports to the BAC
2010 SFMTA Livable Streets (formerly Bicycle Program) Reports to the BAC
Previous Years' Reports to the BAC (2004-2009)
Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board Meeting
The SFMTA Board of Directors holds regular meetings on the first and third Tuesday of every month at 2:00 p.m. They meet in City Hall, Room 400. They legislate parking and traffic control changes such as bicycle lanes.
San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) Board
The SFCTA Board and its Citizen Advisory Committee also hold public meetings regarding several transportation funding sources and Congestion Management Programs. Please follow this link for information about the SFCTA: SFCTA website
Neighborhood or Community Group Meetings:
In addition to the meetings listed above, do you have a neighborhood or community group meeting where you'd like to discuss bicycle issues? Contact us to invite a SFMTA representative.