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.
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Item 1: 9:00 am
- Approval of July 17, 2018 Final Hearing on Toll Exemption Proposal Verbatim Transcript – Action
- Approval of September 17 & 18, 2018 Meeting Summary – Action
- Commissioner Reports
- Proposed 2019 Regular Meeting Schedule & West Coast Commission Meeting
Item 2: 9:30
Road Usage Charge Update
This update on the Road Usage Charge (RUC) pilot project will report on participant response and the steering committee work-plan for the remainder of the project.
WA RUC Pilot Project Update (pdf 120 kb)
Presenter: Jeff Doyle, Partner, D’Artagnan Consulting
Item 3: 10:00
Autonomous Vehicle Work Group Update
This update will include an overview of the subcommittee work of the Autonomous Vehicle Work Group. Each subcommittee has held one of more meeting to develop policy recommendations for the operation of autonomous vehicles on public roadways in the state.
Presenter: Reema Griffith, Executive Director, Washington State Transportation Commission
Item 4: 10:30 am
FY 2018 Tolling Report
Washington State Department of Transportation will provide traffic and revenue data for tolled facilities for FY 2018.
FY 2018 Tolling Report (pdf 550 kb)
Presenter: Ed Barry, Director of Tolling, Toll Division, Washington State Department of Transportation
Item 5: 10:45
Status of Tolling Customer Service Center and Back Office Transition
Washington State Department of Transportation will brief the Commission on the transition to new vendors for toll system operations.
Presenter: Jennifer Charlebois, Director, Systems & Engineering, Toll Division, Washington State Department of Transportation
Final Public Hearing
Public Hearing: SR 99 Toll Rate Setting – Action
Item 6: 11:00
Final Public Hearing – Proposed Rule Making, WSR 18-17-164: Adopting Toll Rates for the SR 99 Tunnel
Overview of Proposed Rates & Policies
SR 99 Toll Rates Hearing (pdf 595 kb)
Resume Regular Meeting
Presenter: Carl See, Senior Financial Analyst, Washington State Transportation Commission
Item 7: 1:00
What Does the Transportation Future Hold?
The Executive Director of the nation’s leading transportation research body will brief the Commission on the long-term transportation planning and funding considerations of autonomous vehicles and other emerging transportation technologies.
Connected and Automated Vehicles (pdf 942 kb)
Presenter: Neil Pedersen, Executive Director, Transportation Research Board
Item 8: 2:00
Technology and Transportation: Waze, Uber, LUUM
New technology, combined with public/partnerships, are enhancing traditional travel practices and offering drivers new alternatives.
Presenters: Jackson Taylor, Manager, Public Sector Partnerships – UberPNW
Steven Lemeshow, Strategic Partnerships, Waze Carpool
E. Sohier Hall, CEO, Co-founder, Luum
Item 9: 3:15
Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared Mobility: Bellevue’s Commute Pool Concept
The City of Bellevue is partnering with other public and private partners to improve commute options for its workforce and reduce congestion.
Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared Mobility (pdf 2 mb)
Bellevue Brochure (pdf 1 mb)
Presenters: Steve Marshall, Transportation Technology Partnership Manager, City of Bellevue
E. Sohier Hall, CEO, Co-founder, Luum
Item 10: 4:25
Presenter: Keith Metcalf, Deputy Secretary, Washington State Department of Transportation
Item 11: 4:45
Commissioner Dinner 5:30
Wednesday October 17, 2018
Item 12: 9:00 am
- 2017 Annual Report
- Local Funding Issues
Presenter: Paul Parker, Deputy Director, Washington State Transportation Commission
Item 13: 9:30
Washington Transportation Plan (WTP) Public Review Draft Feedback and Next Steps
The Washington Transportation Plan (WTP) establishes a 20-year vision for development if the statewide tranportation system. This progress report will summarize the public comment received on the draft plan and seek direction of the revisions proposed in the response to that feedback.
WTP 2040 Public Review Draft (pdf 507 kb)
Presenters: Thera Black, Planning Manager, SCJ Alliance
Paul Parker, Deputy Director, Washington State Transportation Commission
Item 14: 10:45
Ferry Riders’ Opinion Group Reservation Study Report
The Commission will be briefed on the June 2018 ferry riders’ survey on the satisfaction with the reservation program and its potential for expansion.
Presenter: Bill Young, Program Manager, Research Assurance
Item 15: 11:30
Housing, Transportation, and Health
The cost of transportation and housing are inextricably linked. The Washington State Department of Health is working with its partners on healthy community design to find innovative ways to reduce housing and transportation costs. This work is focused on policies that impact density, land use mix, accessibility, and their connection to public health and physical activity.
Healthy Community Design (pdf 629 kb)
Presenter: Rad Cunningham, Senior Epidemiologist, Built Environment Section Environmental Public Health, Washington State Department of Health
Item 16: 12:00 pm
Item 17: 12:15
Reflections and Recommendations
November 14, 2018
Oak Harbor, Washington
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