Transportation Authority will vote on $100,000 allocation for MTA audit 

The San Francisco County Transportation Authority could amend its budget by $100,000 to help partially defray the costs of a management performance audit of the Municipal Transportation Agency.

The audit, requested at the behest of Supervisor David Campos, will review the managerial practices of the MTA, which is facing a $56.4 million budget deficit for the upcoming fiscal year.

The full cost of the audit has not been determined yet, but the $100,000 funding allocation from the TA is designed to partially pay for it. The audit is expected to be completed on May 1.

The TA is the city agency in charge of monitoring San Francisco’s transportation tax funding. The City’s Board of Supervisors act as the agency’s governing board. The full TA board will meet on Tuesday to discuss the $100,000 funding allocation.

About The Author

Will Reisman

Pin It
Favorite

Speaking of Under The Dome

Sunday, May 27, 2018

Videos

Most Popular Stories

© 2018 The San Francisco Examiner

Website powered by Foundation