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POEM Community Task Force Meeting - May 11

Public Meeting

All Task Force meetings are open to the public. We invite public comment throughout the project. As we are hosting our meeting virtually, please submit all comments via email to POEMComments@portlandoregon.gov. Comments received will be recorded and shared with the Task Force.

Available Online

Connection Instructions

Zoom online meeting
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Or by dialing any of these numbers via telephone and entering the Webinar ID:
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Community Task Force Meeting #5

Meeting objectives

  • Recap key themes and questions discussed to date through the Pricing Options for Equitable Mobility process
  • Review updated Task Force workplan
  • Learn about transportation funding background, pricing typologies to be explored through this work and case studies from other cities

Agenda  

Time  

Agenda item  

Speaker  

6:00 p.m.  

Welcome and housekeeping  

  • Agenda review  

  • Finalize Task Force Meeting #4 summary  

  • Public comment  

  

Emma Sagor, facilitator  

  

  

6:15 p.m.  

Project updates  

  • What we’ve heard and what we’ve learned 

  • Updated workplan  

  • Task Force questions and discussion 

Shoshana Cohen, Project Manager  

Task Force members 

6:45 p.m.   

  

Staff presentation:  

  • Transportation funding background 

  • Pricing to manage demand and impact outcomes: Insights from other cities 

Shoshana Cohen, Project Manager 

7:15 p.m. 

Task Force discussion  

All 

7:50 p.m.  

Wrap up and next steps   

  • June meeting look-ahead  

  

Emma Sagor  

 Meeting Materials

 Meeting #5 Zoom Recording