Agenda posted before 3:00 PM, May 18, 2017
Metropolitan Planning Organization Meeting
Conference Rooms 2 and 3, 10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA
May 25, 2017, 10:00 AM
(Estimated duration: 2 hours, expected ending at 12:00 PM)
1. Introductions, 3 minutes
2. Public Comments, 30 minutes
3. Chair’s Report, 5 minutes
4. Committee Chairs’ Reports, 2 minutes
5. Regional Transportation Advisory Council Report, 2 minutes
6. Executive Director’s Report, 5 minutes
7. Action Item: Approval of MPO meeting minutes, 3 minutes (to be posted)
a. April 6, 2017, MPO meeting
b. April 20, 2017, MPO meeting
8. Action Item: Federal Fiscal Years (FFYs) 2017–21 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), Amendment 3, Alexandra (Ali) Kleyman, MPO Staff: overview and discussion of the amendment to the FFYs 2017–21 TIP; vote to endorse the amendment; 15 minutes (to be posted)
9. Action Item: FFYs 2018–22 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), Ali Kleyman, MPO Staff: overview and discussion; vote to endorse the final certification document; 30 minutes (posted)
Item: Critical Urban and Rural Freight Corridor Designations,
Bill Kuttner, MPO Staff: presentation, discussion, and approval of the designation of Critical Urban Freight Corridors (CUFCs) and Critical Rural Freight Corridors (CRFCs) in the Boston region, which MassDOT will incorporate into the statewide freight plan; vote to approve; 20 minutes (posted)
11. Members’ Items, reports and notices by MPO members, including regional concerns and local community issues; 5 minutes
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