The November 2014 measures and the Transportation 2030 program represent the highest levels of transparency and fiscal accountability. They include rigorous public oversight, reporting and financial accountability measures, including regular review before public boards and expenditure reporting on this website.
City officials will report on plans, progress and expenditures planned for the 2014 bond to the Citizens’ General Obligation Bond Oversight Committee (GOBOC), which meets at least quarterly. Members of the public are encouraged to attend GOBOC meetings to provide feedback on the 2014 Transportation and Road Improvement Bond and other programs.
The 2014 bond is part of the City’s 10-Year Capital Plan, which invests in infrastructure projects to improve public safety and our neighborhoods. Other recent bonds have invested in San Francisco’s roads, parks, libraries and fire stations, making our great public assets even greater.