Muni board switching up time, date, location, for next meeting

It must be board retreat season for San Francisco’s transit agencies.

With BART’s board of directors set to embark on a two-day excursion to Walnut Creek on Friday to discuss the district’s long-term issues, the governing body of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will also engage in an off-site session.

Instead of meeting at City Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 15 as regularly scheduled, the SFMTA board will convene their next gathering on Monday, Nov. 14 at the Fort Mason Center.

The meeting will also be earlier than normal. The festivities will kickoff at 9 a.m. on Monday — four hours earlier than the usual 1 p.m. timeslot for board meetings.

wreisman@sfexaminer.com

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