SFMTA Sample Clauses

SFMTA. (1) Before the Authority Approves any Authority Application that includes or should include (1) future Infrastructure that will be under SFMTA jurisdiction upon City acceptance as defined in Section 8.12 of the Infrastructure Plan, which shall not include Infrastructure for on-street parking such as curb and parking lane paint, parking meters, and parking signs (the “SFMTA Infrastructure”) or (2) Mitigation Measure M-TR-2 Expanded Transit Service and certain other transportation-related Mitigation Measures, the implementation of which will be within SFMTA jurisdiction (the “Transportation-Related Mitigation Measures”), the Authority shall submit each such Complete Authority Application to the SFMTA for review and comment to ensure that SFMTA requirements are satisfied, including any requirements for start-up testing protocols and warranties, subject to Article 2 of the Development Agreement regarding Applicable Laws. The SFMTA will review each such Complete Authority Application, or applicable portions thereof, and provide comments to the Authority within thirty (30) days of the SFMTA’s receipt of such Complete Authority Application. In addition, the Authority, Developer, and Vertical Developers, as applicable, will work collaboratively with the SFMTA to ensure that SFMTA Infrastructure and Transportation-Related Mitigation Measures are discussed as early in the review process as possible and that the Authority and the SFMTA act in concert with respect to these matters. The Authority shall not Approve any Authority Application that includes plans and specifications for SFMTA Infrastructure or that amends the Transportation-Related Mitigation Measures, including Mitigation Measure M-TR-2, without the prior Approval of the SFMTA Executive Director, or his or her designee.

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