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MTC Resolution No. 3914 Revised. Rescission of $264000 in AB1171 funds savings on previous Transbay Transit Center design and pre-construction phases and reallocation to construction close-out.
MTC Resolution No. 4202 Revised. Revision to the One Bay Area Grant Program (OBAG 2) to delegate authority to the Executive Director or designee to enter into Letters of Understanding with regional agencies for the exchange of federal Surface Transportation Block Grant Program (STP) or Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) funds within certain conditions and limitations and to delegate to a Committee of the Commission the authority to approve exchanges beyond these conditions and limitations.
MTC Resolution No. 4388. Programming for FY2019-20 and allocation of approximately $2.9 million in Five Percent Unrestricted State Fund Revenues and $0.6 million in Two Percent Bridge Toll Revenues for WETA ferry operations and the San Francisco Bay Trail project.
MTC Resolution No. 4375 Revised. 2019 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendment 2019-18.
Proposed agreement with Mariposa County Local Transportation Commission (MCLTC) for exchange of federal apportionment. A request to authorize an agreement with the MCLTC to exchange roughly $0.7 million in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) funds in Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2018-19 with an equal amount of CMAQ funds in FFY 2019-20.
MTC Resolution No. 3664 Revised. Allocation of $7 million in Regional Measure 2 (RM2) funds to the Alameda County Transportation Commission for construction of the Dublin Transit Center Parking Garage at the Dublin BART Station.
A request for an allocation of $7 million in RM2 funds to the Alameda County Transportation Commission for construction of the Dublin Transit Center Parking Garage at the Dublin BART Station.
MTC Resolution Nos. 4360 Revised 4379 Revised 4380 Revised 4381 Revised 4382 and 4389.
Revises the FY 2019-20 Fund Estimate allocates $380 million in FY 2019-20 Transportation Development Act (TDA) funds State Transit Assistance (STA) funds Assembly Bill 1107 (AB 1107) funds and Regional Measure 2 (RM 2) operating and capital funds to several transit operators to support transit operations and capital projects in the region and approves the FY 2019-20 State of Good Repair Program project list.
MTC Resolution No. 4250 Revised. Allocation of $2.3 million in Regional Measure 2 (RM2) funds for the Bay Bridge Forward suite of projects.
A request for an allocation of $2.3 million in RM2 funds for the Commuter Parking Initiative project part of the Bay Bridge Forward program.
|19-0697 2i_Federal Earmark Repurposing.pdf|
Federal Earmark Repurposing - Potential projects to receive Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) repurposed earmark funds under the Department of Transportation Appropriations Act 2019.
|19-0697 6h_PAC_2i_Federal Earmark Repurposing.pdf|
|19-0780 3b_MTC Res. No. 3931, rev.pdf|
MTC Resolution No. 3931 Revised - Policy Advisory Council Appointment
MTC Resolution No. 1058 Revised - Revision to MTCs Commission Procedures Manual
|19-0721 5a_AB 1487.pdf|
AB 1487 (Chiu): Bay Area Regional Housing Funding
This bill would authorize a regional housing funding measure for affordable housing production preservation and protection of tenants from displacement to be placed on the ballot in the Bay Area with funds administered by MTC and ABAG.
|19-0721 5a_Correspondence Received During the Meeting.pdf|
|19-0721 8c_AB 1487 (Chiu).pdf|
|19-0721 8c_HANDOUT_AB 1487_Summary of Amends.pdf|
|19-0722 5b_SB 330 (Skinner).pdf|
SB 330 (Skinner): Housing Crisis Act of 2019
SB 330 aims to accelerate new housing construction by speeding up project approvals; prohibiting downzoning in high-rent low-vacancy areas; and providing project proponents with a higher degree of certainty as to the rules and standards that apply when submitting a preliminary application for a housing development.
|19-0722 8a_Leg_5b_SB 330 (Skinner).pdf|
|19-0724 5c_AB 1486 (Ting).pdf|
AB 1486 (Ting): Surplus Lands Act Expansion and Revision
AB 1486 would revise the Surplus Lands Act (SLA) - the state law that requires local agencies to prioritize affordable housing as well as parks and open space when disposing of land no longer necessary for the agencys use.
|19-0724 8b_Leg_5c_AB 1486 (Ting).pdf|
|19-0873 4_ED Report July 2019 - HANDOUT.pdf|
Executive Directors Report