D.C.'s Official Pedestrian Advocacy Body

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Next Meeting: Sept. 25, 2017

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PAC July 2017 Meeting

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

D.C. Pedestrian Advisory Council Meeting
Monday, July 24, 2017
6:30 p.m.
441 4th St NW, Room 1117

AGENDA

1. Introductions

2. Public comments

3. Discussion of strategic policy priorities: Select one or two policy issues to study for several months. Form workgroups to conduct research and draft policy recommendations.

4. DDOT report

5. MPD report

6. Legislative update

7. PAC business
 Discussion of regular meeting day and possible change to reduce scheduling conflicts
 Ward 6 vacancy
 Treasurer’s report

 Next meeting: August 28

8. Approval of May 22 and June 26 minutes

9. Next meeting (August 28) and future meeting topics
• Continued discussion of NPS policies
• Continued discussion of valet parking
• Personal delivery devices (sidewalk drones)
• Autonomous vehicles (self-driving cars)
• Continued discussion of automated enforcement
• Sidewalk repair tracking and sidewalk materials
• Attorney General's Office restorative justice program
• For-Hire Vehicle Commission report on pedestrian safety initiatives
• DMV public education about drowsy driving
• Office of Planning report on pedestrian facilities at small parks

10. Adjournment

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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 June 2017 Meeting

D.C. Pedestrian Advisory Council Meeting
Monday, June 26, 2017, 6:30 p.m.
441 4th St NW, Room 1117

AGENDA

1. Introductions

2. Discussion with DDOT Deputy Director Jeff Marootian
• Questions from PAC appointees
• Public comment

3. DDOT staff report

4. MPD report

5. Discussion and possible official comment on legislation before the Transportation and the Environment Committee (B22-67, B22-70, B22-118, B22-122, B22-267, B22-278, PR22-73, B22-013, B22-019, B22-096, B22-0125)

6. Public comment

7. Approval of May 22 minutes

8. Next meeting (July 24) and future meeting topics:
• Continued discussion of NPS policies
• Continued discussion of valet parking
• Personal delivery devices (sidewalk drones)
• Autonomous vehicles (self-driving cars)
• Continued discussion of automated enforcement
• Sidewalk repair tracking and sidewalk materials
• Attorney General’s Office restorative justice program
• For-Hire Vehicle Commission report on pedestrian safety initiatives
• DMV public education about drowsy driving
• Office of Planning report on pedestrian facilities at small parks

9. Adjournment

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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 May 2017 Meeting

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

D.C. Pedestrian Advisory Council Meeting
Monday, May 22, 2017
6:30 p.m.
441 4th St NW, Room 1117

AGENDA

1. Introductions

2. Public comments

3. Ward 8 update – Keisha Mims, Mayor's Office of Community Relations and Services

4. Vision Zero update
• Major Crash Review Task Force
• NYC Vision Zero conference

5. Pedestrian signal timing

6. Road Safety Injury Prevention conference

7. MPD report

8. DDOT report

9. Discussion and vote on Comprehensive Plan amendments

10. Approval of April 24 minutes

11. Next meeting (June 26) and future meeting topics
• Continued discussion of NPS policies
• Continued discussion of valet parking
• Personal delivery devices (sidewalk drones)
• Autonomous vehicles (self-driving cars)
• Continued discussion of automated enforcement
• Sidewalk repair tracking and sidewalk materials
• Attorney General's Office restorative justice program
• For-Hire Vehicle Commission report on pedestrian safety initiatives
• DMV public education about drowsy driving
• Office of Planning report on pedestrian facilities at small parks

12. Adjournment

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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.