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makes everyone angry and therefore dangerous thank you. >> thank you very much. next speaker. >> thank you, supervisors we have an issue not anything important emotional first of all, listeners or corporations started from a group purpose i was going to say from a plan existing over the personal parkway it was accident land that they respond it was a decision in progress one step and one plan so inside contemplation reasoning worrisome and going the true
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packer and true mission like a giant prisoners but it may happy repeatingly for the same aspect see also got time for the trinity the flow transz yet not repeating what happened tradition like 10 years ago also new something new so we have to have a new phenomena for next year the business 2014 traffic 2014 and is there any additional public comment on item number 2? seen none, public comment is closed. supervisor kim >> thank you committee and i want to thank all the residents for coming out
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to speak on the issue and recognize that this pilot was really pushing by our resident i know that rick mental illness it was one of the first buena vista folks talked about i got from south beach this idea came from the neighborhood and the community and working with the mta and resident to make it a reality in the neighborhood i think that years when we were thank you bottom of our recession this was hard to evaluate the economic growth in the last 3 years and it is incredibly welcome and great to these people back at work and great to see our residential and office development now finally come back into place and getting constructed what we're experiencing now is credible gridlock way more than anyone
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one of us erupted modern 14 years ago what we've seen south of market is credible and the few nights i make it to my home on a rush hour on fulsome street i'm astonished it is intimately we see cars at the sidewalk u crosswalk and they're tired and impatient so their constantly moving every inch i've seen criminalists and kids you maneuvering their way to get out of the ways of cars it is scary for me as well i had two or three questions i wanted to ask to get comments and this was specific to sfmta either to peter or aaron i guess now we've compiled the data and
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the effectiveness of having a pco enforcement either the hand signaling what's the next steps for sfmta to make the pilot permanent? or - poor cameron whoever wants to come up i think our residents wants to know this work is great we're excited about the pilot we want to see that permanent and the next steps >> peter albert from the mta i work with aaron there were recommendations that came out of the pilot but i want to go back to the assessment a lot of what liz has shown it is one piece of the puzzle but they all interlock when we look at the
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recommendation of making it a permanent project how do we take that point and look at the future those waves of development and the abstraction multiple modal incentives i have a lot of confidence if we talked about the 3 workers the transportations demand management is brown where you make headway we work with carlly right now trying to codify regular transportation management measures that help people understand what is laws are and the benefits of using easiest modes and behaving in a civil way i will refer to cameron but i want to make a plug for transportation demand management we reach to the giants and the warriors if they
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have fans coming into the area that's a great opportunity to pitch education and awareness. >> mr. albert i don't want to take away from the larger network don't block the intersection it is only one thing that's education we i support of the longer study and support the commemorating management pricing and in the downtown area and i'd love to do work with the major employers to pilot that but in the meantime i don't want to have no more work but while we continue to do all the another amazing work to
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make selma flow better. >> hi again, i want to start with my presentation is additionally provide 6 pcos up to 6 pcos going to first identifying which locates and agreeing to which locations we want to tackle first, i building that education again, the 3 workers we've talked about that i want to start with education some outreach to make sure that everybody understands what the rules are and after that do another assessment with engineering to make sure that we have the proper signage, striping whatever it takes and then bring on the enforcement i'm proposing we do that on december 1st especially okay. we'll start off again with the intersections we've identified
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and gun to make different sweeps of different intersection whether it's two pcos at an intersection or 3 intersections doing various active enforcement that includes citation issuance yeah. >> supervisor cohen. >> i have a quick question i take a 6 pcos and cover the south of market that leaves a funnel someplace else. >> true we're also struggling to prioritize pcos staff and during those times i've looked at those and done an exhaust look at what i'll be taking away sort of taking it back a step we're actually going through a step from an jill
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audit for the pco beats and staffing and rather than saying i need more pcos i the want to say i want to utilize them whether street cleaning or driveway claiming and or double parking and and double parking and just to go on that point i actually created a saturation team oh, about 6 months now we've done pretty good in areas but what takes away is something else is a shuttle program i think that we are going to and will continue will have a better assessment of what our resources are our resources needs and how we allocate them among the
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various details. >> supervisor kim. >> thank you i know this is an impression that many residents have but it seems like sfmta doesn't have trouble citing parking tickets in the city and it's hard for a lot of the residents to accept the fact this is a real capacity issue investigating the pcos giving out ticket in the south of market area we immediately get a parking tickets the moments our meters go out but have the responsiveness around the issue and pcos will be more importantly giving out those tickets that being said i want to see that december is not too late how to do more education
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and . >> signage of stickers or subsidy enforcement changed a lot of enforcement we often don't do things in a orderly fashion. >> i have one more question and then one last question for mta you had mentioned that the counterpart stilt u shuttle took
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away the - the one there's per stop was going to fulfill cover the costs so we shouldn't be using the pcos it should be funded on its own. >> i did not let me correct that we're not pulling those people away it is fully funded through the process it takes a lot of time to do any of those types it changes what we do and adds for resources 0 or to a daily we explicit anticipate so to shift the existing one we did the 10 pcos to do the detail they're only doing that daily the a.m. and p.m. peak so it splits their time and only to fill in the afternoon it is on this that filling in the afternoon that leaves a gap we have to fill if everything was
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equal across the board you, you know meter time it would be easier to move people around but when we start splitting things up it adds holes in our ability to manager the people that's all i meant to say. >> i have one final question not sure to you cameron or another member of sfmta i have been talking to edward reiskin to augment the work that the pcos do for tickets for people that run red lights it makes sense that the same cameras can catch people that are 0 blocking boxes stuck in the intersection be able to photograph their license plate and send them a
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tinting to augment the limited human resources we have in the agencies i know we made a request to attorney general go harris i was wondering where we're at i know when we hope to get a message back but where we're at i will give you the best an answer eave not been involved in the work kate has been watching over that all we know at this point, we're waiting for a decision from the attorney general and if the decision comes in favor of the inform being able to allow don't block the box enforcement or red light enforcement we'll get the red light cameras but if it is not in favor we'll have to initiate another process i don't know what that is. >> i appreciate the answer i
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appreciate we're successful i believe that supervisor wiener worked on this prohibiting the right turn on octavia we were able to get emily harris to look at that i encourage you to write her office to make sure we get it competed. >> that will help us too. >> thank you. >> great supervisor kim and thank you for calling for this hearing i'm really glad to hear a pro-active approach moving forward and i'll say that in terms of double parking and the saturation we'll be recohen that hearing early in the next year so we will compare assaults from what we received a year ago for the progress so i'll await that
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data and also want to reiterate what supervisor kim said about comparing to damn having going through it as we did for many different areas housing and traffic and other areas we thought it can't possibly get worse like in 1999, or 2000 in terms of evicts and pedestrian and low and behold this is not like a pet stop doouchl whatever happens are the the ups and downs economy we're on a different trajectory in san francisco as are a lot of cities in terms of everyone understanding the city is an amazing place in san francisco first and foremost so we're going to continue to grow by another one hundred and 50
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thousand people between now and 200 and 40 and now is the time whether improving muni or getting our heads around this kind of improvement for traffic management we need to be making those decisions and implementing those fixed now and the gridlock we see south of market and south of market is definitely the most extreme in so many ways i look forward to try to slow down the traffic it is going to spread in supervisor cohen's district tens of thousands of units coming online like 07 thousand more units and stuff happening south of market and in the planning commission mission we're growing in the transportation system all the kinds of enforcement techniques have to do that this is a can do type of city if no
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additional comments. >> i forgot to thank our residents with our city agrees and sfmta and ta for your work i look forward to marking this a permanent program and thank you to the gentleman in sacramento who wrote a letter to our deputy attorney general to make it quickly to allowing san francisco to not block the box we'll share the lowers so thank you committee and thank you to everyone that's been involved. >> thank you, supervisor kim would you like to file this hearing or continue it to the to the call of the chair. >> supervisor kim has made a motions to file item number 2 madam clerk, any other business before this committee?
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>> there's no further business. >> then we're adjourned
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did something to my body. >> ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> i've been drinking coffee since i was 17 really the only thing i'm good at i was trying to find out what i was good at i got a job at the coffee shop i decided to do that the rest of my life. i like the process of the coffee and what are those beans where do they come from oh, they come from a fruit. >> the coffee stays with me since i was a kid i grew up and opened coffee shops everybody.
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in the 8 i visited over 11 hundred coffee shops maybe more to see why people go to coffee shops >> we're searched the beans all over the world from east afghan and tokyo. >> when i wanted to do was get into aspect of the personal coffee and the processing and everything else there was multiple steps in making coffee and we did have a lighter roost because of the qualities of the keep once you roost it it home gisz the coffee. >> one thing about the coffee they were special blends and i spent seven years on one blend
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so that's my pleasure. each bean they were all chosen and blended with each with different cultural and beans is like people and those people give me a reputation i can't buy. people love you my clients love me they take me to the moves movies. >> fell in love with coffee and went to the coffee shops the community aspect i really enjoyed. >> i think it's important to have a place for people to show up and talk to their neighbors and recorrect. your surrounded with all those behalf communicated i communities >> i love my city san francisco has a good name my has every
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nation. >> there's so many romance in coffee is surrounds the sourcing of that and thinking about where it came from and how and coffee is wonderful. >> i know for a fact i was born to make coffee. i have a notice from the dad let the life i live speak for me and let's have a cup of coffee and talk about it. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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