Changes to Commuter Shuttle Bus Program – April 2016

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The SFMTA conducted an 18-month pilot (August 2014-January 2016) to test sharing designated Muni zones with eligible commuter shuttles that pay a fee and comply with permit terms. Informed by the pilot, the current program will run from April 2016-March 31, 2017 and will lead to a longer term program.

PROGRAM FAQ

The 2016-2017 program involves the following characteristics:

  • A network of up to 125 shared Muni and shuttle, or shuttle only, stop locations
  • Shuttle service providers apply for a permit to use network, and pay a fee for permit
    • Permit fees will recover SFMTA’s costs for program
  • Permittees are responsible for ensuring that their operators comply with agreed-upon operating guidelines
  • Shuttles must display permit placards on four sides of vehicle and display a “how is my driving?” sticker
  • The program is enforced by SFMTA Parking Control Officers and Muni Inspectors
  • Permittees are required to share data on operations with the SFMTA, following specifications established by the SFMTA
  • Permittees must establish a Service Disruption Prevention Plan

Related Documents

Commuter Shuttles Stop Locations & Permitted Streets Map, April 2016

Commuter Shuttles Program Policy, 2016-2017

Permit Terms & Conditions, 2016-2017

 

 

Alamo Square Meeting, Monday 3/21

Join Us! ASNA General Meeting
Monday, 3/21/2016

Get the scoop on neighborhood happenings, meet and mingle with your neighbors!

AGENDA:
Bay to Breakers
Park Closure Update
Fire Insurance

Doors Open 6:30 p.m.
Meeting Starts 7 p.m.

1660 McAllister St.
between Divisader & Broderick

Fire Fundraiser for tenants displaced by Fulton Street fire

Join NOPNA at the Independent tomorrow night, for a fundraiser for the folks who lost their Fulton St. homes last month.

Monday, March 14th
6 – 8 pm
The Independent, 628 Divisadero Street

***Cash or check only***

All the proceeds will go directly to the neighbors who were displaced by the fire.

A representative from Humans Services Agency will also be present to answer questions and offer resources to victims.

http://hoodline.com/events/fundraiser-for-fulton-street-fire-victims

Hayes St. Sewer Replacement Project – Meeting

Haight Street and Hayes Street Sewer Replacement, Water Main Installation, and Pavement Renovation Project

Community Meeting
Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016
7 pm – 8:30 pm
Park Branch Library, Community Room
1833 Page St. (between Cole and Shrader)

SF Public Works will host a community meeting to update residents and merchants on the status of the project, new safety measures being implemented, and impacts on the neighborhood.

More info:  Alex M. Murillo, 415-558-5296

SF Public Works is scheduled to resume construction on the Haight Street and Hayes Street infrastructure improvement projects.  Construction is scheduled to restart in March 2016 and the contractor estimates about 14 months of work remaining on the project.

Project Sites:

  • Haight Street, Ashbury to Laguna
  • Hayes Street, Clayton to Market

The project is a multi-agency effort to improve pedestrian safety and upgrade aging infrastructure.  The scope of work includes sewer main and water main replacement work, traffic and pedestrian signal work, curb ramp and bulb-out work, bus pad and bus bulb work, concrete street base repairs, and repaving along Haight Street and Hayes Street.  Not all blocks listed will include sewer and water main replacement work.

 

 

D5 Housing Workshop – Hosted by Sup. London Breed

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10am-1pm (Lunch provided)
African American Art & Culture Complex, 762 Fulton St.

For D5 residents interested in applying for affordable housing.

 

 

Help our NoPa neighbors displaced by fire

NOPNA will be handling donations of money clothes and resources for the folks who were burned out via the NOPNA website.

If anyone from ASNA would like to be the point person for coordinating donations please step up!  Contact board@alamosq.org to let us know if you can help.
Fundraiser for Displaced Artists – Wednesday, Feb. 17, 7-11 p.m.
http://hoodline.com/events/fire-relief-fundraiser-for-displaced-artists
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Photo: Hoodline

 

Presidents Day Playgroup

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The Alamo Square Playgroup will meet on Monday 2/15 (Presidents Day) instead of Tuesday this week.  10am-2pm at the playground.  See you there!

 

 

 

Alamo Square Board of Directors 2016

On Monday, January 25, 2016, the new ASNA Board of Directors for 2016 was elected. Congratulations to the new and returning board members, as well as the officers for 2016!

2016 ASNA Board of Directors
Officers
Lisa Zahner President
John Dallas, Vice President
Mary Bosworth, Treasurer
Sunnylyn Thibodeaux, Secretary

Board Members at Large
Gabriel Bellman
Mallory Cusenbery
Carolyn Hanrahan
Kat Hantas
LaVonne Hickerson
Katrina Jankowski
Bob Mason
Quintin Mecke
Owen O’Donnell
Nuala Sawyer
Lee Stickles
Sunnylyn Thibodeaux

Thank you, Health Haven!

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Health Haven (and Pet Haven) is saying good-bye to Divisadero, and we wanted to extend a big THANK YOU to Ted Nasser, Ray Salman, and staff for their contribution in shaping our neighborhood.

On behalf of the Alamo Square Neighborhood Association, and all our neighbors and friends, we wish you the best!

Read the story on Hoodline.

 

Affordable Housing Bonus Program presentation at ASNA Meeting Monday Jan. 25

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ASNA General Meeting
Monday, January 25, 2016
7 p.m.
1660 McAllister Street between Divisadero and Broderick

Alamo Square Neighborhood Association and San Francisco Planning are hosting a community meeting about the Affordable Housing Bonus Program.

The Affordable Housing Bonus Program (AHBP) provides incentives for developers to include more affordable housing for very low, low, moderate, and middle-income households. This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the proposed Program’s goals and how the program works. City staff will present an overview of the program and will be on hand to answer your questions.

Join us on January 25 and learn more about:

  • Why the program was developed
  • How the program works
  • How affordable housing is defined
  • Where the program applies
  • Next steps

Light refreshments will be provided.

Please note: the event is FREE and open to the public. Registration is not mandatory, but helpful to ensure we have enough materials and refreshments.

RSVP:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/alamo-square-neighborhood-association-community-meeting-on-affordable-housing-bonus-program-tickets-20743013913

 

Alamo Square Meeting – Jan. 25

Please join us for our first Alamo Square Neighborhood Association meeting for 2016!

Monday, January 25, 2016
Doors Open 6:30 p.m.
Meeting Starts 7 p.m.
1660 McAllister St., between Divisadero and Broderick

On the agenda:
Election of the 2016 ASNA Board of Directors
Planning Dept. Staff present information on the Affordable Housing Bonus Program

Members will elect the 2016 ASNA Board of Directors based on the recommendations from our nomination committee.  Please see the slate of candidates below.

2016 ASNA Board of Directors slate
Officers:

Lisa Zahner, President *
John Dallas, Vice President
Mary Bosworth, Treasurer
Sunnylyn Thibodeaux, Secretary

Board members:
Gabriel Bellman
Mallory Cusenbery*
Carolyn Hanrahan*
Kat Hantas*
LaVonne Hickerson
Katrina Jankowski
Bob Mason
Quintin Mecke
Owen O’Donnell*
Nuala Sawyer
Lee Stickles

*Indicates new board member for 2016

Your dues help us run the organization every year.  Our accomplishments from 2015 include our annual Alamo Square Flea Market, weekly Playgroups, bi-monthly Park Volunteer Days, and more!

Join or renew your membership for 2016.

$15 Basic Membership
$30 General/Family Membership (up to 2 people)
$50 Contributing Member
$100 Supporting Member

 

Make a payment online via PayPal:

Or send a check, payable to ASNA
New Mailing Address:

530 Divisadero Street #176
SF, CA 94117

Please write Membership Dues in memo line