October 13, 2021
Transportation Policy Board
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Transportation Policy Board
Wednesday, October 13, 2021 - 7:00 - 8:30 am
Zoom Teleconference Meeting
Participation in this meeting will be through remote access only.Watch the meeting live on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/trpc.orgTo provide public comment, register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gtbLtmsYT4qiAZoX64bnNAAfter registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
|7:00am||1.||Introductions - Andy Ryder, Chair||ACTION|
|2.||Executive Director's Report & Announcements - Marc Daily, TRPC||INFORMATION|
|3.|| ||Approval of Agenda - Andy Ryder, Chair||ACTION|
|4.||Approval of Meeting Notes from September 8, 2021 (Attachment) - Andy Ryder, Chair||ACTION|
| || 5.|| ||Public Comment Period|
| || || ||Public comment for this meeting will be accepted in written and oral format. |
To register for oral public comment, please use this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gtbLtmsYT4qiAZoX64bnNA
- The deadline for submitting written public comments or registering for oral public comment at the meeting is noon (12:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time) the day preceding the meeting, October 12, 2021.
- For written public comment, please provide: 1) your name and address and 2) your comments. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Written comments received by the deadline will be provided to the Policy Board members prior to the meeting.
1) Check the box indicating you wish to provide public comment; and 2) list a general topic. The Chair may accept public comment from individuals that did not pre-register after registered public comment has been provided. The Chair may also limit oral public comment to three minutes or less, depending on the meeting agenda and number of people wishing to comment
| 6.||Capitol Campus Update (Attachment) (Presentation) - Karen Parkhurst, TRPC, and Veronica Jarvis, TRPC|
As part of the I-5 efforts, WSDOT and TRPC identified Transportation Demand Management efforts that might improve efficiency, especially at the I-5/US101 Interchange. Working with the City of Olympia under a Regional Mobility grant, TRPC aimed to increase remote work/telework for state employees on the Capitol Campus. Staff will provide highlights from the report on that effort (Phase I) and on the Phase II 2021-23 project.
|7.||TPB Meeting Time and Duration (Attachment) - Karen Parkhurst, TRPC|
At its September meeting, the Board discussed moving from a one and one half hour to a two-hour standard meeting duration and revisiting the current date (2nd Wednesday) and time (7:00 a.m.). Staff conducted a survey of membership and will share those results. The Board will take action on duration, date, and time.
|8.||Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) Amendment Process (Attachment) - Katrina Van Every, TRPC|
The RTP calls for an annual review process. This process allows the region to revise the Plan to stay in compliance with changing state and federal requirements and to any other needed revisions. Staff will discuss the process and timeline for the 2021 cycle.
|9.||Federal Legislation Update - Karen Parkhurst, TRPC (Presentation)|
Staff will bring information about the status of pertinent pending federal transportation legislation.
|8:15am 10 min||10.||Member Recognition - Karen Parkhurst, TRPC (Presentation)|
The Policy Board will celebrate Emeritus Boardmember DeForest, who has served on the Board since 1998.
|11.||Outside Committee Report - Doug DeForest Oral Report|
At the discretion of the Chair, this may be covered in the After-Meeting Summary.
October 13, 2021
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Members of the public engaging in disruptive behavior may have their emails blocked (for written comments) or be removed from the meeting (for oral comments).
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- Otherwise engaging in disruptive behavior.
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“Provide Visionary Leadership on Regional Plans, Policies, and Issues.”
To Support this Mission:
- Support regional transportation planning consistent with state and federal funding requirements.
- Address growth management, environmental quality, economic opportunity, and other topics determined by the Council.
- Assemble and analyze data that support local and regional decision making
- Act as a “convener”, build regional consensus on issues through information and citizen involvement.
- Build intergovernmental consensus on regional plans, policies, and issues, and advocate local implementation.
TRPC MEETING NORMS
- Nothing happens without consistent good attendance by all members.
- Make sure you have a designated alternate.
- Members who are unprepared can’t contribute the best input.
- Make sure your alternate is prepared if you have to miss a meeting.
- Share your ideas.
- Engagement by all members is required for productive discussions.
- Create a safe place to ask questions and express views.
- Diversity is one of TRPC’s strengths.
- We each represent somebody who thought it wise to spend money to join TRPC.
- Report back to your jurisdiction, organization or community.
- TRPC is an effective organization that allows us to address regional issues in a productive way.
- Take time to recognize and celebrate our successes.