San Francisco

Mayor London Breed:
To be sure that your correspondence becomes a part of the public record send a copy of everything for the supervisors to:
D-1 Sandra Fewer, District Supervisor –
D-2 Catherine Stefani, District Supervisor –
D-3 Aaron Peskin, District Supervisor –
D-4 Gordon Mar, District Supervisor –
D-5 Dean Preston, District Supervisor –
D-6 Matt Haney District Supervisor –
D-7 Norman Yee, District Supervisor –
D-8 Rafael Mandelman, District Supervisor –
D-9 Hillary Ronon , District Supervisor –
D-10 Shamann Walton, District Supervisor –
D-11 Ahsha Safai District Supervisor –

Boards and Committees –  
Supervisors and Staff –
Public Official Appointments –


Ed Reiskin, MTA Director of Transportation
Roberta Boomer 
MTA Board
Maria Lombardo, Interim Executive Director, SFCTA
Tilly Chang, Deputy Director of Planning, SFCTA

Opinions on proposed street changes may be filed in writing prior to the hearing with:
SFMTA Transportation Engineering, 1 South Van Ness Avenue, 7th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103· 5417.
Written opinions may also be transmitted by fax 10 (415) 701·4737
Email to with subject line “Public Hearing.”

SF County Transportation Authority

Chaired by Aaron Peskin, with co-chair Katy Tang, this is the county authority, comprised of the Board of Supervisors, that determines how pubic funds studied, considered, and funded:
Senior Staff:
Staff is listed here:

Planning Department Staff Contacts

Mailing Addresses for city officials :

Mayor London Breed
City Hall Room 200
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA  94102-4689

Address each Supervisor by name and mail correspondence to:
City Hall Room 244
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA  94102-4689

For a list of Committee members see this page:

SFMTA Board of Directors:

Edward D. Reiskin, Director
Roberta Boomer, Secretary
and Members of the SFMTA Board of Directors
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
1 S. Van Ness Ave., 7th Floor, San Francisco, CA  94103

57 thoughts on “San Francisco

  1. This is a waste of money and the SFMTA needs to run a world class transportation network and return the Dept of Parking & Traffic to the SFPD.


  2. The MTA needs to be curtailed or dissolved, probably through ballot initiative. We need candidates for office in San Francisco to oppose this madness. Working people are fed up with being used both as pawns in a giant social engineering experiment, and as ATM machines to make up for budget shortfalls caused by city mismanagement. Stop running the Muni as a free limo service for can scrounges and dirty, filthy bums.


    • A 21st Century Muni should be free for all. If you don’t like “can scroungers,” go live somewhere else. They were here first, and will be here after you go back to Kansas or wherever.
      What is needed are specialized vehicles for different purposes; wheelchairs and strollers, Tourons with luggage, yipsters with backpacks, Grannies with shopping carts, bicycles, etc. Maybe Tesla could design some electric vehicles along these lines.


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