Agenda posted before 5:00 PM, March 30, 2017

Metropolitan Planning Organization Meeting

Conference Rooms 2 and 3, 10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA

April 6, 2017, 10:00 AM
(Estimated duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes, expected ending at 12:30 PM)

Meeting Agenda

1.      Introductions, 5 minutes

2.      Public Comments, 45 minutes

3.      Chair’s Report, 5 minutes

4.      Committee Chairs’ Reports, 5 minutes

5.      Regional Transportation Advisory Council Report, 5 minutes

6.      Executive Director’s Report, 5 minutes

7.      Action Item: Work Program for MBTA Rider Oversight Committee (ROC) Support, Annette Demchur, MPO Staff: presentation and discussion of the proposed work by CTPS to continue supporting the MBTA by providing technical assistance to the ROC and its subcommittees, 10 minutes (posted)

8.      FFYs 201822 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Development:

a.      Draft Transit Programming, Alexandra (Ali) Kleyman, MPO Staff, and MassDOT Staff; presentation on the proposed selection of projects and programs to be funded with federal transit funds; 20 minutes (to be posted)

b.     Draft Highway Project Programming, Ali Kleyman, MPO Staff: presentation, discussion, and agreement on the projects selected to be funded with federal highway funding, including MPO target and statewide funded projects;
75 minutes (to be posted)

9.      Members’ Items, reports and notices by MPO members, including regional concerns and local community issues; 5 minutes

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