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Meeting Name: Metropolitan Transportation Commission Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/27/2016 9:40 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Board Room - 1st Floor
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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Attachments: Commission Meeting 7.27.16 Complete Packet.Revised
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15-1771 16a. ReportMinutes - June 22, 2016.   Action details Not available
15-1711 16b. ResolutionMTC Resolution No. 4175, Revised. 2015 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendment 2015-33.approved  Action details Not available
15-1761 16c. ResolutionMTC Resolution Nos. 3925, Revised and 4035, Revised. Revisions to the Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (STP/CMAQ) Cycle 1 and One Bay Area Grant (OBAG1) programs.approved  Action details Not available
15-1713 17a. ResolutionMTC Resolution Nos. 4220, Revised, 4229, Revised, 4230, Revised, 4231, Revised, and 4232. Revises the FY 2016-17 Fund Estimate and allocates $292 million in FY 2016-17 Transportation Development Act (TDA) funds, State Transit Assistance (STA) funds, Assembly Bill 1107 (AB1107) funds, and Regional Measure 2 (RM2) operating and capital funds to several transit operators support transit operations and capital projects in the region.adoptedPass Action details Media Media
15-1799 17b. ReportRegional Priorities for the FY 2015-16 Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Program for Cap and Trade. Based on the Commission’s adopted principles, the Committee recommends priorities for the FY 2015-16 Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities program, which is a statewide competitive program under the State Cap and Trade program.adoptedPass Action details Media Media
15-1636 17c. ResolutionMTC Resolution No. 4242. Transit Capital Priorities Policy for FY2016-17 to FY2019-20. This item proposes to establish the Transit Capital Priorities (TCP) Process and Criteria for FY2016-17 to FY2019-20. The TCP policy governs the programming of approximately $1.8 billion in Federal Transit Administration formula funds, $550 million in bridge tolls and other regional revenues designated for Core Capacity Challenge Grant Program projects (MTC Resolution 4123), and $189 million in STP/CMAQ funds designated for Transit Priorities by OBAG 2 (MTC Resolution 4202) for transit capital replacement and rehabilitation, maintenance and operations over the four-year period.adoptedPass Action details Media Media
15-1659 17d. ResolutionMTC Resolution No. 4202, Revised, and 4035, Revised. One Bay Area Grant Program (OBAG 2) Update. Proposed revisions to the project selection criteria and programming policy for the second round of the One Bay Area Grant Program (OBAG 2), including a recommendation for the distribution of additional revenues and approach for affordable housing.adoptedPass Action details Media Media
15-1719 17e. ReportFederal Earmark Repurposing Recommended list of projects to receive Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) repurposed earmark funds under the earmark repurposing provision of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016.adoptedPass Action details Media Media
15-1721 18a. ReportSan Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) Bond Funding for BART’s system-renewal plan.   Action details Media Media
15-1723 18b. ReportSanta Clara County ½-Cent Sales Tax The sales tax measure, set at a rate of 9.25%, would allow roads to be patched and improved, bolster bus service and extend BART to Silicon Valley.   Action details Media Media
15-1774 18c. ReportAlameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit) Parcel Tax Measure The parcel tax would provide a steady source of operating funding for the district.   Action details Media Media
15-1724 18d. ReportContra Costa Transportation Authority ½-Cent Sales Tax Sales tax measure to fund various transportation projects.   Action details Media Media
15-1773 18e. ReportAlameda County Affordable Housing Bond A $580 million general obligation bond to reduce displacement and provide affordable housing for low and moderate-income residents, seniors, persons with disabilities, veterans and supportive housing for the homeless.   Action details Media Media
15-1775 18f. ReportCity of Oakland Infrastructure Bond Proposal An estimated $600 million infrastructure bond measure for transportation, housing and anti-displacement, and other purposes.   Action details Media Media
15-1767 18g. ReportSanta Clara County Affordable Housing Bond $950 million affordable housing bond.   Action details Media Media
15-1800 19a. ResolutionSupport of the San Francisco Charter Amendment for Homeless Services and Transportation. Charter amendment identifying approximately $100 million for transportation and $50 million for homeless services annually.adoptedPass Action details Media Media