Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District (District) will hold a Public Hearing to receive public comment, as follows:

Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 9:30 a.m.
Board Room, Administration Building
Golden Gate Bridge Toll Plaza, San Francisco, CA

The District implemented a nine-month demonstration project to provide off-peak service on two Golden Gate Transit (GGT) routes between the San Francisco Financial District and Central and Southern Marin County in an effort to fulfill the District’s Vision for Golden Gate Transit, and fulfill other important goals, which included: a) Utilize existing “deadhead” trips which do not carry passengers to provide reverse commute service between San Francisco and Marin County; b) Provide mid-day, all-day service between Central and Southern Marin County and the San Francisco Financial District; c) Offer a connection between Central Marin County and the Caltrain Station at Third and Townsend Streets for interregional trips while also serving employees located in the vicinity of the Caltrain Station and Mission Bay including the new UCSF Medical Center. This increased service adds 21 additional trips and converts 14 deadhead trips to passenger trips on GGT Routes 4 and 27. As a result of the demonstration project, staff recommends implementation of the increased mid-day service as fulfilling an important role connecting Central and Southern Marin County to San Francisco, and linking the Financial District to the Caltrain Station as well as noteworthy employers in Mission Bay.

Reports regarding these proposals may be obtained from the Secretary of the District, Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District, P.O. Box 9000, Presidio Station, San Francisco, CA, 94129-0601, at, or by email at, by phone at (415) 923-2223, by fax at 415-923-2013, or by using TDD California Relay Service at 711.

Public comments will be received at the public hearing or may be presented in writing to the Secretary of the District at the above address. Comments may also be sent by email to Written comments should be received no later than Thursday, March 12, 2015, at 4:30 p.m.

For transit information on how to get to the public hearing locations, either log on to or call 511 (711 TDD). The public hearing location is accessible to everyone. To request special assistance due to a disability at this public hearing, please call the District Secretary’s Office at (415) 923-2223 three days before the hearing date.

/s/ Amorette M. Ko-Wong, Secretary of the District
Dated: February 19, 2015