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Community Meetings on Auto Congestion Fees

From www.sfmobility.org

Transportation planners in San Francisco are exploring the feasibility of charging motorists a user fee as a way to manage congestion, a concept known as congestion pricing, following receipt of a $1 million study grant from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). The Authority applied for the grant funds from the FHWA Value Pricing Program at the request of Jake McGoldrick, District 1 Supervisor and Chair of the Transportation Authority.

The Mobility, Access and Pricing Study (MAPS) is developing and analyzing comprehensive packages that combine pricing for mobility with transit improvements, traffic flow enhancements, and other projects, to offer more sustainable choices to those traveling to and within San Francisco.

JOIN US FOR AN INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP AND/OR ONLINE MEETING

In December 2008, the Study team will host two public meetings in San Francisco and an online meeting to compare congestion pricing program scenarios and discuss evaluation results. Click here to download the meeting invitation.

Tuesday, December 2, 5:30 – 7:00 pm
San Francisco Main Library, 100 Larkin Street at Grove (map)

Monday, December 8, 5:30 – 7:00 pm
San Francisco Ferry Building, Port Commission Hearing Room, 2nd Floor (map)

Attend the MAPS Online Meeting

The Study team will also host an online public meeting on Friday, December 5 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm. The online meeting will include a presentation and the opportunity ask questions and provide input.

To attend the online meeting, register by clicking here. Please register at least five minutes prior to the meeting. We look forward to having you join us online.

Questions? Contact Sarah at (415) 227-1100 ext. 160. Please note, if you plan to attend the online meeting from your workplace computer, you may need administrative privileges to download the GoToMeeting software as part of the registration process.

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