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Next Meeting: February 27, 2017

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PAC February 2017 Meeting

The February PAC meeting is coming up on Monday. Here is the agenda.

D.C. Pedestrian Advisory Council Meeting
Monday, February 27, 2017
6:30 p.m.
441 4th St NW, Room 1117

AGENDA

1. Introductions (5 min.)

2. Public comments (5 min.)

3. Discussion: National Park Service report (30 min.)

4. Vision Zero rulemaking and official PAC comment (20 min.)

5. Comprehensive Plan Ad-hoc Committee report (10 min.)

6. Valet Parking Ad-hoc Committee report (10 min.)

7. MPD report (10 min.)

8. DDOT report (10 min.)

9. PAC business (10 min.)
• Discussion of March 31 Vision Zero Summit and possible motion to fund PAC members’ attendance
• Oversight hearing March 13: Select PAC representative to testify
• Treasurer’s report
• Next meeting: March 27

10. Approval of January 23 minutes (5 min.)

11. Next meeting date (March 27) and topics (5 min.) 
·          Vision Zero one-year progress report
·          Crosstown Multimodal Study
·          Continued discussion of valet parking
·          Continued discussion of automated enforcement
·          Sidewalk repair tracking and sidewalk materials

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PAC meetings are open to the public. ID is required to enter the building. Once through security, take elevators on the right-hand side to the 11th floor.

PAC January 2017 Meeting

The January PAC meeting is coming up on Monday. Here is the agenda.

D.C. Pedestrian Advisory Council Meeting
Monday, January 23, 2017
6:30 p.m.
441 4th St NW, Room 1117

AGENDA

1. Introductions (5 minutes)

2. Public comments (5 minutes)

3. Vision Zero report: Update from Jonathan Rogers, DDOT (30 minutes)

4. Office of Planning report: Opportunity for PAC input during Comprehensive Plan amendment open call (20 minutes) 

5. Update from Del. Holmes-Norton’s office (10 minutes)

6. MPD report (10 minutes)

7. DDOT report (10 minutes)

8. PAC business (15 minutes)
• Election of PAC officers
• Treasurer’s report
• Next meeting: February 27

9. Approval of December 19 minutes (5 minutes)

10. Next meeting date (February 27) and topics (10 minutes) 
• Valet parking
• Crosstown Multimodal Study
• Continued discussion of automated enforcement
• Sidewalk repair tracking and sidewalk materials

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PAC meetings are open to the public. ID is required to enter the building. Once through security, take elevators on the right-hand side to the 11th floor.

Livability study addresses quality of life in Southeast


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The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) posted this reminder about a meeting tonight on a livability study it is conducting in Southeast:

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will hold a Citizens Engagement Group Meeting for the Far SE III Livability Study. This meeting, geared towards Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners and Ward 7 representatives of the pedestrian and bicycle advisory council, is also open to the public.

When:   Tuesday, July 26, 2016
              6:30pm-8:00pm                                              

Where:  Capitol View Library (Meeting Room)
              5001 Central Ave. SE, Washington DC 20019


According to the study website, "The overarching goal of the Far Southeast III Livability Study is to promote safe travel for residents of and visitors to the study area, and to improve the operational efficiency of the transportation network for all modes of travel." 

More information is available at www.fse3livabilitystudy.com.