Washington State Transportation Commission Regular Meeting Agenda – Amended – May 17-18, 2016

Transportation Building, Commission Board Room 1D2
310 Maple Park Avenue SE
Olympia, Washington

Please note: All listed times are estimates only and the Commission reserves the right to move agenda items as needed.

printable adobe acrobat version of this agenda. (pdf 162 kb)

 


Tuesday, May 17,  2016

Item 1: 8:30

COMMISSION BUSINESS

  • Approval of April 20, 2016 Moses Lake Meeting Summary
  • Commissioner Reports
  • Road Usage Charge Update
  • RUC Consultant Selection and Contract Authorization
  • Retreat Planning

Item 2: 9:15

CHALLENGE SEATTLE PLAN

Presenter: The Honorable Christine Gregoire, CEO, Challenge Seattle

BREAK: 10:00

Item 3: 10:15

SOUND TRANSIT 3 PROPOSAL (pdf 2 mb)

Presenter: David Beal, Planning & Development Director, Sound Transit

Item 4: 11:20

METRO CONNECTS (pdf 3 mb)

Presenter: Stephen Hunt, Transportation Planner, King County Metro

COMMISSIONER LUNCH:   12:00

Item 5: 1:00 – Action

TACOMA NARROWS BRIDGE TOLL RATE SETTING HEARING (pdf 128 kb)

Presenter: Patty Rubstello, Assistant Director, Toll Division, WSDOT
Carl See, Senior Financial Analyst, WSTC

TACOMA NARROWS BRIDGE TOLL RATE SETTING PUBLIC COMMENT 

Item 6: 1:15

SR 520 BRIDGE TOLL RATE SETTING HEARING (pdf 680 kb) – Action

Presenter: Patty Rubstello, Assistant Secretary, Toll Division, WSDOT
Carl See, Senior Financial Analyst, WSTC

SR 520 TOLL RATE SETTING PUBLIC COMMENT

Item 7: 2:00

I-405 PERFORMANCE AND OPERATIONS UPDATE (pdf 943 kb)

Presenter: Patty Rubstello, Assistant Secretary, Toll Division, WSDOT

Item 8: 2:20

WSDOT ANNUAL TOLLING REPORT (pdf 703 kb)

Presenter: Patty Rubstello, Assistant Secretary, Toll Division, WSDOT

BREAK:   2:45

Item 9: 3:00

TARGET ZERO PLAN UPDATE (pdf 5 mb)

Presenters: Chris Madill, Deputy Director, Washington State Traffic Commission
Myke Gabel, Program Manager, Washington State Traffic Commission

Item 10: 3:45

NAMING “SR 99 WILLIAM P. STEWART MEMORIAL HIGHWAY”

Presenter: Hans Dunshee, Councilman, Snohomish County Council

Item 11: 4:15

PUBLIC COMMENT

ADJOURN 4:30

Commissioners’ dinner Lemongrass Cafe, Tumwater: 5:30

 


Wednesday, May 18, 2017 

 

Item 13: 8:30

WASHINGTON BUSINESS ALLIANCE: PLAN WASHINGTON (pdf 1 mb)

Presenters: Issac Kastama, Government Affairs Director, Washington Business Alliance
David Giuliani, Board Member, Washington State Business Alliance
Bruce Agnew, Director, Cascadia Academy
Steve Marshall, Executive Director, Center for Advanced Transportation and Energy Solutions

Item 14: 10:00

STATE AUDITOR’S OFFICE – OVERVIEW OF TOLLING AUDIT (pdf 542 kb)

Presenter: Chuck Pfeil, Director of State Audit Performance, Washington State Auditor’s Office
Sohara Monaghan, Lead Performance Auditor, Washington State Auditor’s Office
Olha Bilobran, Performance Auditor, Washington State Auditor’s Office

BREAK: 10:30

Item 15: 10:45

PUGET SOUND REGIONAL COUNCIL TRANSPORTATION FUTURES REPORT (pdf 2 mb)

Presenter: Ben Bakkenta, Program Manager, Puget Sound Regional Council

Item 16: 11:45

NAMING “SR 509 PHILIP MARTIN LELLI MEMORIAL HIGHWAY”

Presenter: The Honorable Steve Conway, Senator, Washington State Senate

Item 17: 12:15

PUBLIC COMMENT   

ADJOURN: 12:30

 



(The Commission reserves the right to take action on any item during the Commission Meeting and may make adjustments to the order of the agenda items as well as the time of adjournment.)

All Transportation Commission and Committee meetings are open to the public.

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