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May 23, 2013

posted May 22, 2013, 3:49 PM by Page Smith   [ updated May 28, 2013, 9:44 AM ]
 

Group:

I80 CSMP MAP 21 Working Group

Subject:

Goals, Objectives, and Deliverables; Information Needs; Task Force Presentation

Date and time:

May 23, 2013 2:00 P.M. PCST

Meeting no:

6

Meeting place:

Teleconference

Minutes by:

Perry

Attendees:

 Rick Helman for Jeff Pulverman (Caltrans D3)

Mark Wingate (WyDOT)

Kent Cooper (C-A Group)

 

Jim Caviola (C-A Group) 

Coy Peacock (NDOT

Perry Gross (Atkins))

 

Agenda

 

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

1

Chat or Mute for individuals to organize for the meeting

2

Roll call for RSVP and other attendees.

See about for attendance.

3

Brief presentation on creating jobs, supporting economic growth, and innovative finance.

Perry provided a presentation based on Federal Highway Administrations initial white paper just after passage of MAP 21. Freight movement and economic vitality coupled with reduced project delivery delays are performance management elements linked to jobs and economic growth. Projects of National and Regional Significance will provide competitive general fund resources for initiatives beyond traditional sources of resources. Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act provides a lending source for transportation infrastructure. Ultimately, State DOTs and MPOs are being evaluated by US DOT with a report to congress due by October 2017.

4

Group discussion on clarification, implications, and interpretations.

Things to consider: Audience(s) for jobs, economic, and innovation performance information; Level of analysis and reporting-project, program, initiative, other; Sources of data–new, existing, Department of Labor, state and local economic development; and Data relationships-inferential, causal, interpretive, other.

5

Next steps

The group agreed to scheduling the next conference call meeting for June 6, 2013 at 2mp Pacific/3pm Mountain time. The conversation will focus on potentially participating in federal rule-making as a four-state I-80 Corridor group.

6

Adjourn

 
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Page Smith,
May 28, 2013, 9:45 AM
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