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Regional Advisory Working Group

February 7, 2012 9:30 AM

Joseph P. Bort MetroCenter Lawrence D. Dahms Auditorium 101 - 8th Street Oakland, California
The primary purpose of the Regional Advisory Working Group is to provide input to regional agency staff during the development of the RTP/SCS. This input will be sought throughout the duration of the planning effort, leading to the adoption of the RTP/SCS in early 2013.
This agenda was updated February 9, 2012 12:12 PM. It is accurate to the best of our knowledge at that time.
For assistance, please contact Martha Silver, msilver@mtc.ca.gov, 510.817.5604
This meeting will be audiocast on the MTC Web site during the meeting, and an audio file will be available for approximately one month after the meeting date.

Staff Liaison

Miriam Chion, ABAG, 510-464-7919

1. 

Convene Meeting

Staff will outline today?s meeting agenda, recap comments from previous meeting, and highlight upcoming agenda items.

Presented by: Ken Kirkey, ABAG

2. 

Panel Discussion on Regional Growth: National and regional employment and demographic trends - Stephen Levy, Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy Spatial distribution of employment - Dena Belzer, Strategic Economics Housing policy, production, and affordability - Karen Chapple, PhD, UC Berkeley

Panelists will present analysis and findings that will inform the scale and pattern of regional growth for the preferred scenario.

• Belzer_Bay_Area_Employment_Patterns_2-7-12.pdf

• Levy_RAWG__Feb7_Presentation.pdf

• RAWG_Presentation_Chapple.pdf

3. 

Discussion with Panelists

Moderated discussion with the panelists.

Presented by: Ken Kirkey, ABAG

4. 

Dec. 12, 2011 Meeting Summary/Next Steps/Other Business/Public Comments

• December_2011_RAWG_Summary.pdf

Next meeting

Joseph P. Bort MetroCenter Lawrence D. Dahms Auditorium 101 - 8th Street Oakland, California

The Regional Advisory Working Group (RAWG) is comprised of local government planning, Congestion Management Agencies' and transit agencies' staffs and stakeholder groups. RAWG provides input to regional agency staff on Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy work elements. Group discussion follows each staff presentation.

* Agenda items attached

** Agenda items with attachments to be distributed at the meeting


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