Committee Meeting Agenda
Tuesday, September 6, 2006
A. Agenda Modifications
B. Open Forum for Public Comment
Citizens are invited to address the Committee.
C. Consent Agenda
1. Minutes of the May 2, 2006 Meeting
The minutes of the May 2006 BPAC subcommittee meeting are provided as Attachment C-1 for committee review and approval.
1. FY 2007 - FY 2011 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendment
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has requested that the Capital Region Transportation Planning Agency (CRTPA) amend the Fiscal Year (FY) 2007 – Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) to reflect a number of funding changes for existing projects within the CRTPA area.
2. Project Priority Lists
In September of each year, the CRTPA develops and adopts Project Priority Lists (PPLs). Subsequent to adoption, the lists are provided to the FDOT for direction in development of the FDOT Work Program. Projects selected from the PPLs by FDOT for funding are typically programmed in the fifth year of the FDOT Work Program. Ultimately, the projects included within the FDOT Work Program serve as the basis for the CRTPA’s Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).
A. Major Project Priority List (Agenda Item)
B. Transportation Systems Management Project Priority List (Agenda Item)
C. Transportation Enhancements Project Priority List (Agenda Item)
D. Transit Project Priority List (Agenda Item)
E. Bicycle and Pedestrian Project Priority List (Agenda Item)
F. Tallahassee Regional Airport Project Priority List (Agenda Item)
G. Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) Project Priority List
H. Transportation Regional Incentive Program (TRIP) Project Priority List*
*NOTE: information re: this item will be handed out at meeting
3. Apalachee Parkway
In November 2005 the CRTPA staff presented the Apalachee Parkway PD&E Study to members for final approval. At that time, through several years of discussions with FHWA, there was an understanding that the six lane alternative would be an acceptable improvement in recognition that the roadway intersections would fail to meet level-of-service criteria. However, upon submittal of the final documentation, FHWA did not accept the design year level of service at Blair Stone and Capital Circle and suggested that further LOS analysis be done to determine what type of interchange needs to be provided to bring up the LOS. The estimate for the completion of this effort is approximately $30,000.
4. Multimodal Committee Mission Statement/Bylaws/Priorities
With the reconfiguration of CRTPA’s Bicycle-Pedestrian Advisory Committee, the committee will require new bylaws and a mission statement. If approved by the CRTPA, these bylaws will be advertised for a 30-day review period and returned to the CRTPA for final approval. The previous BPAC bylaws are provided as Attachment D-4.
In addition to new bylaws and a mission statement, staff recommends the committee discuss its goals and priorities for its inaugural year.
1. June 19, 2006 Capital Region Transportation Planning Agency
(CRTPA) Meeting Action Summary
A summary of CRTPA actions taken at their June 19, 2006 meeting) will be provided at the
September 5, 2006 CRTPA Subcommittee meetings.
2. September 18, 2006 Capital Region Transportation Planning Agency
Attachment E-2 provides the tentative agenda for the September 18, 2006 CRTPA meeting. Staff will answer questions regarding items on the agenda as requested. Draft Agenda
3. Items from Committee Members