Regional Investment Measure (6:10-6:45)
Tyler Frisbee, Metro Transportation Policy and Federal Affairs Manager will present the proposed Regional Investment Measure (“Get Moving 2020”) to the BAC. The presentation will clarify what is the measure and what the outcomes of implementing it would be. The draft plan for the measure can be found at https://www.oregonmetro.gov/public-projects/get-moving-2020/draft-plan
Better Red (6:45-7:10)
This TriMet projectwill extend MAX Red Line service west to 10 additional stations in Beaverton and Hillsboro and add a second track to two sections of existing single track between Gateway and the airport. A new multi-use path will be constructed from the PDX terminal to NE Air Cargo Road, adjacent to the MAX line. At Gateway, the project includes a new platform, north of the existing Gateway that will be accessed via a new multi-use path, which will extend north on a new bridge over I-84 to Gateway Green Park. TriMet is seeking input about pavement markings and other wayfinding elements to maximize safety and comfort for people biking, walking and accessing transit.
Committee Business (7:10-7:50)
Committee discussion about topics you’d like to see discussed going forward. Set in the context of answering the question: “Why did you want to join the BAC?”
Additional committee business
Public Comment (7:50-8:00)
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