D.C.'s Official Pedestrian Advocacy Body

We're citizens working with Mayor Bowser and the City Council to better our streets. Learn more about us here.

Next Meeting: May 23, 2022

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PAC May 2022 Remote Meeting

D.C. Pedestrian Advisory Council Remote Meeting

Monday, May 23, 2022, 6:30 p.m.

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Agenda

INTRODUCTIONS AND APPROVAL OF DRAFT AGENDA

VOICES FROM THE WARDS – Charlotte Jackson (Ward 3)

OLD BUSINESS

  • Electronic vehicle cord regulation (ADA and assuring safe sidewalk passage)
  • Open Streets (May 21st MLK Jr Blvd in Ward 8; June 2nd 7th St. in Wards 2 & 6)

NEW BUSINESS

  • Agency Reports
  • Sergeant Terry Thorne on PAC participation in upcoming MPD [“stings” – traffic stops]
  • Reports from PAC member representatives to the MPD Major Crash Investigation Unit; Georgetown Transportation Access and Circulation Study Advisory Committee; and the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) to the Bladensburg Road Multimodal Traffic and Safety and Access Study.
  • Report from Vision Zero Working Group Advisory Committee meeting (multi-agency)

ADMINISTRATIVE TOPICS AND NEXT MEETING

  • PAC transition
    • Legislative regulatory tracking
    • Program/Administrative Assistant recruitment
    • Review of PAC bylaws on member responsibilities
  • Approval of March and April minutes
  • Treasurer’s Report

Next meeting: June 27th

PUBLIC COMMENT

ADJOURNMENT