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Bay Bridge Oversight Committee Meeting – Sep 30, 2014

AGENDA
http://files.mtc.ca.gov/pdf/TBPOC_Packet_30Sep14.pdf

COS Presentation
http://baybridgeinfo.org/sites/default/files/pdf/TBPOC%20Presentation_COS_%20Sept_30_2014.pdf

Evaluatuion of A354BD Rods – Final Report
http://baybridgeinfo.org/sites/default/files/pdf/SFOBB-SAS%20Evaluation%20of%20the%20A354BD%20Rods%20Final%20Report.pdf

Sep 30 Tower Rods
http://baybridgeinfo.org/sites/default/files/pdf/2014-09-30%20TBPOC%20Tower%20Rods%20Final.pdf

APPENDIX F Boresciope Investigation
http://baybridgeinfo.org/sites/default/files/pdf/F_Borescope%20Investigation%20of%20Pier%20E2%20Rods%20Holes,%20SMR%20Reports%20(2011%20and%202013)_to%20print.pdf

Borescope Investigation in report
http://baybridgeinfo.org/sites/default/files/pdf/F_Borescope%20Investigation%20of%20Pier%20E2%20Rods%20Holes,%20SMR%20Reports%20(2011%20and%202013)_in%20report.pdf

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MTC – Commission Meeting – Sep 24, 2014 –

AGENDA..
Action/Recommended Position
1. Confirm Quorum***
2. Chair’s Report (Worth) Information
3. Policy Advisory Council Report (Cathleen Baker) Information
4. Executive Director’s Report (Heminger) Information
5. Commissioner Comments Information
6. Consent Calendar
• Commission Meeting Minutes – July 23, 2014.*
• Resolution No. 3653, Revised – Rescission of $1.8 million and allocation of $2 million in Regional Measure 2 (RM2) funds for the Caldecott Tunnel Fourth Bore project.*
• Resolution No. 3675 – Allocation of $766,000 in Regional Measure 2 (RM2) funds to AC Transit for the Richmond Parkway Transit Center project.*
• Resolution Nos. 3708, Revised and 4050, Revised – Allocation of $30,000 in Regional Measure 2 (RM2) funds to the Eastern Contra Costa County Transit Authority for 511 Real-Time Transit Information Integration.*
• Resolution No. 4035, Revised – MTC concurrence and approval for proposed amendments to the 2014 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) and One Bay Area Grant (OBAG) for two projects in Santa Clara County.*
• Resolution No. 4097 – Consolidated Transportation Service Agency (CTSA) Designation for Solano Transportation Authority in Solano County.*
• Resolution No. 4098, Revised – Revision to FY 2013-14 Regional Measure 2 (RM2) Operating Assistance Program.*
• Resolution No. 4156 – Approval of Program Guidelines for the FY 2012-13 and FY 2013-14 Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities for Large Urbanized Areas of the San Francisco Bay Area.*
• Resolution No. 4157 – Allocation of $10 million in Regional Measure 2 (RM2) funds to AC Transit for the Dumbarton Express Bus Replacement project.*
Committee Reports
7 Programming and Allocations Committee (Glover)
a. Resolution No. 4133, Revised – Revision to the FY 2014-15 Fund Estimate.* Revises the FY 2014-15 Fund Estimate distribution of State Transit Assistance (STA) to reflect the latest distribution factors released by the State Controller’s Office. Approval
b. Resolution No. 4132, Revised – Adoption of the 2014 Regional Active Transportation Program (ATP).* Proposed adoption of the 2014 Regional Competitive ATP, programming $30 million of state and federal funds.
c. Resolution Nos. 4175 and 4176 – Adoption of the 2015 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and Federal Air Quality Conformity Determination for the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and the 2015 TIP.* The federally required TIP is a comprehensive listing of all Bay Area surface transportation projects that receive federal funds or that are subject to federally required action. MTC is required to make a positive air quality conformity determination for the TIP in accordance with EPA?s transportation conformity regulations and MTC?s Bay Area Air Quality Conformity Procedure.
d. Resolution No. 4035, Revised – Transit Performance Initiative (TPI) Investment Program – Round Two.*
Recommendations for approximately $23 million in STP/CMAQ unds through the Transit Performance Initiative (TPI) Investment Program ($19 million in funding for TPI Investment Round Two, and scope determination for $4 million for SFMTA Round One project); addition of SMART to Clipper® small operator funding (previously approved); shifting of $500,000 of federal funds within Freeway Performance Initiative.
8. Planning Committee (Spering)
a. Resolution No. 2120, Revised – Guidelines for Countywide Transportation Plans.* Recommended revisions to the Guidelines for Countywide Transportation Plans. Approval

9. Public Comment Information
10. Adjournment

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MTC – Public Participation Process – Sep 23, 2014 – Regional Advisory Working Group,

Regional Advisory Working Group
September 23, 2014 9:30 AM

Plan Bay Area is the San Francisco Bay Area’s long-range Regional Transportation Plan and Sustainable Communities Strategy. The Regional Advisory Working Group (RAWG) is comprised of local government staff as well as staff from county Congestion Management Agencies and transit agencies, plus representatives from interested stakeholder groups and any individuals interested in the development of Plan Bay Area. RAWG provides input to regional agency staff on work elements related to the update of Plan Bay Area and other key initiatives that feed into the Plan. Group discussion follows each staff presentation.

For assistance, please contact Martha Silver, msilver@mtc.ca.gov, 510.817.5604
Ken Kirkey, MTC (510) 817-5790
1. 9:30 a.m.Welcome, Introductions (ABAG and MTC)
2. 9:35 a.m. Regional Goods Movement Plan Update*
Staff will present an update on the Regional Goods Movement Plan, including an overview of the project, needs and issues identified to date; and information on the goods movement infrastructure, services and trends. The Regional Goods Movement Plan will help build an advocacy platform for goods movement issues and needs to advance as part of the 2017 update of Plan Bay Area and to inform MTC’s federal and state advocacy.. Presented by: Carolyn Clevenger, MTC
• 02_Freight_memo.pdf
• 02_RAWG_Sept_freight.pdf
3. 10:10 a.m. Development of MTC’s Public Participation Plan*
Staff will present information and milestones for updating MTC’s Public Participation Plan in 2015, including anticipated public engagement Strategies for Plan Bay Area. The presentation will be followed by a discussion to hear participants’ ideas and comments on ways to make the process more transparent and encourage broad participation.
Presented by: Ellen Griffin, MTC
• 03_DRAFT_PPP_presentation_9-22-14.pdf
• 03_MTCPublicParticipationPlanUpdate.pdf
• 03_RTP_SCS_Draft_Task_Schedule.pdf
4. 11:10 a.m. Next Steps/Other Business/Public Comments
5. 11:30 a.m. Adjourn
* Agenda items attached

** Agenda items with attachments to be distributed at the meeting

Website: OneBayArea.org

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MTC- Goods Movement – Sep 23, 2014 – Regional Advisory Working Group,

Regional Advisory Working Group
September 23, 2014 9:30 AM

Plan Bay Area is the San Francisco Bay Area’s long-range Regional Transportation Plan and Sustainable Communities Strategy. The Regional Advisory Working Group (RAWG) is comprised of local government staff as well as staff from county Congestion Management Agencies and transit agencies, plus representatives from interested stakeholder groups and any individuals interested in the development of Plan Bay Area. RAWG provides input to regional agency staff on work elements related to the update of Plan Bay Area and other key initiatives that feed into the Plan. Group discussion follows each staff presentation.

For assistance, please contact Martha Silver, msilver@mtc.ca.gov, 510.817.5604
Ken Kirkey, MTC (510) 817-5790
1. 9:30 a.m.Welcome, Introductions (ABAG and MTC)
2. 9:35 a.m. Regional Goods Movement Plan Update*
Staff will present an update on the Regional Goods Movement Plan, including an overview of the project, needs and issues identified to date; and information on the goods movement infrastructure, services and trends. The Regional Goods Movement Plan will help build an advocacy platform for goods movement issues and needs to advance as part of the 2017 update of Plan Bay Area and to inform MTC’s federal and state advocacy.. Presented by: Carolyn Clevenger, MTC
• 02_Freight_memo.pdf
• 02_RAWG_Sept_freight.pdf
3. 10:10 a.m. Development of MTC’s Public Participation Plan*
Staff will present information and milestones for updating MTC’s Public Participation Plan in 2015, including anticipated public engagement Strategies for Plan Bay Area. The presentation will be followed by a discussion to hear participants’ ideas and comments on ways to make the process more transparent and encourage broad participation.
Presented by: Ellen Griffin, MTC
• 03_DRAFT_PPP_presentation_9-22-14.pdf
• 03_MTCPublicParticipationPlanUpdate.pdf
• 03_RTP_SCS_Draft_Task_Schedule.pdf
4. 11:10 a.m. Next Steps/Other Business/Public Comments
5. 11:30 a.m. Adjourn
* Agenda items attached

** Agenda items with attachments to be distributed at the meeting

Website: OneBayArea.org

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MTC- Introductions – About the RAWG – Sep 23, 2014 -Regional Advisory Working Group,

Regional Advisory Working Group
September 23, 2014 9:30 AM

Plan Bay Area is the San Francisco Bay Area’s long-range Regional Transportation Plan and Sustainable Communities Strategy. The Regional Advisory Working Group (RAWG) is comprised of local government staff as well as staff from county Congestion Management Agencies and transit agencies, plus representatives from interested stakeholder groups and any individuals interested in the development of Plan Bay Area. RAWG provides input to regional agency staff on work elements related to the update of Plan Bay Area and other key initiatives that feed into the Plan. Group discussion follows each staff presentation.

For assistance, please contact Martha Silver, msilver@mtc.ca.gov, 510.817.5604
Ken Kirkey, MTC (510) 817-5790
1. 9:30 a.m.Welcome, Introductions (ABAG and MTC)
2. 9:35 a.m. Regional Goods Movement Plan Update*
Staff will present an update on the Regional Goods Movement Plan, including an overview of the project, needs and issues identified to date; and information on the goods movement infrastructure, services and trends. The Regional Goods Movement Plan will help build an advocacy platform for goods movement issues and needs to advance as part of the 2017 update of Plan Bay Area and to inform MTC’s federal and state advocacy.. Presented by: Carolyn Clevenger, MTC
• 02_Freight_memo.pdf
• 02_RAWG_Sept_freight.pdf
3. 10:10 a.m. Development of MTC’s Public Participation Plan*
Staff will present information and milestones for updating MTC’s Public Participation Plan in 2015, including anticipated public engagement Strategies for Plan Bay Area. The presentation will be followed by a discussion to hear participants’ ideas and comments on ways to make the process more transparent and encourage broad participation.
Presented by: Ellen Griffin, MTC
• 03_DRAFT_PPP_presentation_9-22-14.pdf
• 03_MTCPublicParticipationPlanUpdate.pdf
• 03_RTP_SCS_Draft_Task_Schedule.pdf
4. 11:10 a.m. Next Steps/Other Business/Public Comments
5. 11:30 a.m. Adjourn
* Agenda items attached

** Agenda items with attachments to be distributed at the meeting

Website: OneBayArea.org

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