|2.||Executive Director's Report & Announcements - Marc Daily, TRPC||INFORMATION|
|3.|| ||Approval of Agenda - Andy Ryder, Chair||ACTION|
|4.||Approval of Meeting Notes from November 10, 2021(Attachment) - Andy Ryder, Chair||ACTION|
| || 5.|| ||Public Comment Period|
| || || ||Public comment for this meeting will be accepted in written and oral format. |
To register for oral public comment, please use this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FmdXtq3fTDubKBRlApOnfA
- The deadline for submitting written public comments or registering for oral public comment at the meeting is noon (12:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time) the day preceding the meeting, December 7, 2021.
- For written public comment, please provide: 1) your name and address and 2) your comments. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Written comments received by the deadline will be provided to the Policy Board members prior to the meeting.
1) Check the box indicating you wish to provide public comment; and 2) list a general topic. The Chair may accept public comment from individuals that did not pre-register after registered public comment has been provided. The Chair may also limit oral public comment to three minutes or less, depending on the meeting agenda and number of people wishing to comment
| 6.||Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) Transportation Policy Board Member Appointment (Attachment) - Karen Parkhurst, TRPC|
In discussing a replacement for Doug DeForest on this committee, Board member and Second Vice Chair Madrone volunteered to serve, and Board member Mejia volunteered as the alternate. At the December meeting, the Board will open the floor to other nominations and then take action.
|7.||Trails Plan Update Including Grand Mound & Rochester Feasibility Study (Attachment) -Paul Brewster, TRPC, and Katrina Van Every, TRPC|
The 2007 Regional Trails Plan included a Gate-Rochester-Grand Mound Trail proposal. In 2018, TRPC awarded Thurston County $150,000 in federal funding to perform a Southwest Thurston County Trail Feasibility Study, evaluating how such a trail could connect Grand Mound, Rochester, and the Chehalis Reservation. TRPC staff will discuss the study, which was launched in fall 2021.
After reporting on this illustrative feasibility study, staff will segue into the role of Regional Trails Plan as a 10-year master plan/strategy for development of a connected trail network.
|8.||Federal Legislation Update (Attachment) - Marc Daily, TRPC, and Karen Parkhurst, TRPC|
Staff will continue to share emerging information about the federal legislation.
|9.||State Legislative Update - Mark Daily, TRPC, and Karen Parkhurst, TRPC|
Marc Daily and Karen Parkhurst will summarize the approved legislative priorities for the 2022 Legislative Session and provide an update on the I-5 work in relation to upcoming requests of the State Legislature.
|10.||Future of Logistics and Next Steps for Autonomous Vehicles (Attachment) - Mark Daily, TRPC|
Executive Director Daily will brief Council on the Washington State Transportation Commission’s October meeting that focused exclusively on the future of logistics and what we can expect for cooperative automated transportation.
|11.||Outgoing Member Recognition - Mark Daily, TRPC|
The Transportation Policy Board will recognize and thank members whose terms of service to TPB conclude at the end of the year.
|12.||Outside Committee Report - Staff will Provide an Oral Report|
At the discretion of the Chair, this may be covered in the After-Meeting Summary.
|Additional Informational Enclosure:|| |
January 12, 2022
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