JOINT POLICY COMMITTEE REGIONAL PLANNING PROGRAM

Special Meeting on the Sustainable Communities Strategy (Plan Bay Area)

Friday, May 11, 2012

1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

MetroCenter Auditorium

101 8th Street, Oakland

Special Meeting AGENDA (REvised)

1.

Call to Order

 

2.

Presentation on the Sustainable Communities Strategy/Plan Bay Area (ABAG/MTC Staff)

On May 17, 2012, ABAG and MTC are expected to approve a preferred land use and transportation strategy that will be evaluated over the next six months as part of the development of a Sustainable Communities Strategy (Plan Bay Area), which must be adopted pursuant to SB 375 by April 2013. The ABAG and MTC staffs will explain the how Draft Jobs-Housing Connection Scenario and draft Bay Area Transportation Investment Strategy are being integrated, the key concerns that have been expressed by the public and the JPC agencies about the draft land use and transportation strategy, how these concerns are being addressed, the implications of the SCS on the economy, equity and the environment, and how the next required update of Plan Bay Area can be made more comprehensive.

Attachment: Memo re Plan Bay Area Preferred Land Use Scenario/Transportation Investment Strategy: Air District and BCDC Board Comments dated May 7, 2012

Information

3.

Board Comment and Feedback to ABAG and MTC

Discussion

4.

Public Comment

Information

5.

Adjournment

Action

Next Meeting: May 18, 2012

The JPC may take action on any item listed in the agenda.

This meeting is scheduled to end promptly at 3:00 p.m. Agenda items not considered by that time may be deferred.

The public is encouraged to comment on agenda items by completing a request-to-speak card and giving it to JPC staff or the chairperson.

Although a quorum of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission may be in attendance at this meeting, the Joint Policy Committee may take action only on those matters delegated to it. The Joint Policy Committee may not take any action as the Metropolitan Transportation Commission unless this meeting has been previously noticed as a Metropolitan Transportation Commission meeting.