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, December 11, 2018
Item 1: 9:00 am
- Approval of November 14, 2018 Meeting Summary – Action
- Revised CR-103 for Toll Exemptions – Action
- Commissioner Reports
- SR 99 Memorandum of Understanding
- Review DRAFT 2018 Tolling Report
Item 2: 9:25
Item 3: 9:40
Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board Road-Rail Project Final Report
At-grade railroad crossings, where roads cross railroad tracks at the same level, become problems as both rail and road traffic increases, and trains get longer, impacting communities in a variety of ways. The Road-Rail Project creates a database of road-rail conflicts, developed a project prioritization process, and identified and recommended a statewide project list.
Road-Rail Conflicts (pdf 688 kb)
Presenter: Brian Ziegler, Director, Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board
Item 4: 10:30 am
The INRIX Automated Freight Corridor Assessment
While vehicle automation will radically impact the future of the long-haul trucking sector, it is unclear where deployment is best suited for initial success. INRIX has identified corridors in the U.S. that can most immediately benefit from truck platooning, including I-5 in Oregon and Washington as a prime corridor.
Automated Freight Corridor Assessment (pdf 1 mb)
INRIX Automated Freight Corridor Assessment 2018 Report (pdf 4 mb)
Presenter: Avery Ash, Head of Autonomous Mobility, INRIX
Item 5: 11:15
Connected Vehicle and Advanced Safety Technology to Assist Truck Drivers
Long-haul trucking will evolve as the industry deploys new technology. Peloton Technology is a connected vehicle technology company that is bringing to market one such technology, Driver-Assistive Truck Platooning. This session will describe how it works, and its safety and efficiency benefits.
Peloton Technology (pdf 1 mb)
Presenter: Steve Boyd, Vice President of External Affairs, Peloton
Lunch: 12:00 pm
Item 6: 1:00
Autonomous Vehicle Work Group Update and Recommendations – ACTION
The Autonomous Vehicle Work Group has identified initial policy recommendations for the operation of autonomous vehicles on pubic roadways in the state. The Commission will consider the input of the Work Group and discuss the WSTC draft annual report to the 2019 Legislature and the Governor, which will describe the progress made by the work group and the Commission’s recommendations.
Autonomous Vehicle Work Group Update (pdf 1 mb)
Presenter: Scott Shogan, Connected and Automated Vehicle Market Leader. WSP USA
Item 7: 2:45
Item 8: 3:10
Road Usage Charge Pilot Update
This update on the Road Usage Charge (RUC) pilot project will report on the steering committee work and next steps.
RUC Update (pdf 849 kb)
Presenter: Jeff Doyle, Partner, D’Artagnan Consulting
Item 9: 4:00
2018 Transportation Attainment Report
The Office of Financial Management shares its perspective on areas of improvement and challenges to be addressed in the statewide tranportation system. Three new performance criteria were recommended by the Commission.
2018 Transportation Attainment Report (pdf 1 mb)
Presenters: Dean Carlson, Senior Budget Assistant, Office of Financial Management
Dan Davis, Assistant Director, Systems Analysis, Washington State Department of Transportation
Yvette Wixson, Transportation Planner, Washington State Department of Transportation
6:30 Commissioner Dinner
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Item 10: 8:30 am
Item 11: 8:40
Commute Trip Reduction Program
The Washington State Legislature passed the Commute Trip Reduction Law in 1991 to call on employers to encourage their workers to drive alone less often, reduce carbon emissions and keep the busiest commute routes flowing. WSDOT is proposing changes to broaden the scope of the program.
Commute Trip Reduction (pdf 1 mb)
Presenter: Brian Lagerberg, Director, Public Tranportation Division, Washington State Department of Transportation
Item 12: 9:15
The Gateway Program, funded in the 2015 Connecting Washington package, will complete SR 509 & SR 167 connections with I-5. This briefing will describe the project, its time line, and tolling options under consideration.
Presenter: Craig Stone, Program Administrator, Puget Sound Gateway, Washington State Department of Transportation
Item 13: 10:15
- Tacoma Narrows Bridge Financial Plan
- SR 520 Financial Overview
WSDOT will provide an update on the Tacoma Narrow Bridge financial plan, and an overview of SR 520 tolling, based on the latest Transportation Revenue Forecast.
Tacoma Narrows Bridge Financial Plan (pdf 775 kb)
Presenter: Ed Barry, Director of Tolling, Toll Division, Washington State Department of Transportation
Item 14: 10:45
Presenter: Keith Metcalf, Deputy Secretary, Washington State Department of Transportation
Item 15: 11:00
Washington Transportation Plan 2040 and Beyond – ACTION
The Washington Transportation Plan (WTP) establishes a 20-year vision for development of the statewide transportation system. The Commission will take final action to adopt WTP 2040 and Beyond.
Presenters: Paul Parker, Deputy Director, Washington State Transportation Commission
Thera Black, Planning Manager, SCJ Alliance
Item 16: 11:30
- 2018 Annual Report – Action
Each year the Commission issues a report to the Legislature and Governor on how the transportation system is working for citizens across the state, its policy recommendations for improving the transportation system, and an overview of Commission work over the past year
Presenter: Paul Parker, Deputy Director, WSTC
Item 17: 12:15
Reflections and Recommendations
January 23 & 24, 2019 Olympia, Washington
(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.)
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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Information
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Title VI Notice to Public
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