Regional Transportation Advisory Council Meeting
Conference Room 4, 10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA
Wednesday, May 8, 2019, 3:00 PM
(Estimated duration: One hour and 30 minutes, expected ending at 4:30 PM)
1. Introductions, 5 minutes (3:00 PM), Tegin Teich, Chair
2. Chairs Report, 5 minutes (3:05 PM), T. Teich, Chair
3. Approval of February 13, 2019, and March 13, 2019, Meeting Minutes, 10 minutes (3:10 PM), T. Teich, Chair (Minutes posted to MPO Website Calendar before meeting)
4. Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) Update, 20 minutes (3:20 PM), Anne McGahan, LRTP Manager, presentation and discussion of the development of the new LRTP, Destination 2040
5. Federal Fiscal Years (FFY) 202024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), 20 minutes (3:40 PM), Matt Genova, TIP Manager, presentation and discussion of the public review draft of the FFYs 202024 TIP
6. RTAC Comment Letter on the FFYs 202024 TIP, 20 minutes (4:00 PM), T. Teich, Chair, discussion and vote to approve the RTAC comment letter on the FFYs 202024 TIP
7. Old Business, New Business, and Member Announcements, 10 minutes (4:20 PM)
8. Adjourn (4:30 PM)
Agenda posted before 3:00 PM, May 2, 2019.
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