Agenda posted before 4:00 PM, July 12, 2018
Metropolitan Planning Organization Meeting
Conference Rooms 2 and 3, 10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA
July 19, 2018, 10:00 AM (Estimated duration: 1 hour and 10 minutes, expected ending at 11:10 AM)
Civil Rights, nondiscrimination, and accessibility information is on page 2.
1. Introductions, 3 minutes
2. Public Comments, 5 minutes
3. Chairs Report, 2 minutes
4. Committee Chairs Reports, 1 minute
5. Regional Transportation Advisory Council Report, 2 minutes
6. Executive Directors Report, 2 minutes
7. Disparate Impact and Disproportionate Burden (DI/DB) Policy Development Update, Tegin Teich, Chair, Regional Transportation Advisory Council, and Jay Monty, MPO Member: update on the public workshop and third stakeholder working group meeting; 4 minutes
8. Action Item: Approval of May 3, 2018, MPO Meeting Minutes, 1 minute (to be posted)
9. Action Item: Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), Amendment Two, Anne McGahan, MPO Staff: discussion of new federal air quality regulations and revisions to the LRTP to demonstrate conformity of the LRTP and federal fiscal years 2019-23 Transportation Improvement Program with the State Implementation Plan, Clean Air Act, and US Environmental Protection Agency requirements; MPO vote to release draft amendment for public review and comment; 15 minutes (posted)
10. Action Item: FFYs 2018-22 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), Amendment Six, Ali Kleyman, MPO Staff: presentation and discussion of proposed Amendment Six to the FFYs 2018-22 TIP; MPO vote to release draft amendment for public review and comment; 10 minutes (to be posted)
11. Update on Focus40, the MBTAs 25-Year Investment Plan, Jennifer Slesinger, Senior Transportation Planner and Focus40 Project Manager, Massachusetts Department of Transportation: presentation and discussion of the Focus40 process, proposed programs, and next steps; 20 minutes
12. Members Items, reports and notices by MPO members, including regional concerns and local community issues; 5 minutes
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Times reflect the expected duration of each item and do not constitute a schedule.