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File #: 2015-1545   
Type: Informational Report Status: Filed
File created: 9/28/2015 In control: Executive Management Committee
On agenda: 10/15/2015 Final action: 10/22/2015
Title: RECEIVE AND FILE: A. The draft Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) Potential Ballot Measure Framework in Attachment A and draft Assumptions in Attachment B; B. Stakeholder Input in Attachment C, Attachment D, and Attachment E, as described below; and, C. The Roadmap to a Potential Ballot Measure in Attachment F.
Sponsors: Planning and Development (Department)
Indexes: Informational Report, Long Beach, Long Range Transportation Plan, Outreach, Population growth, Public opinion, Public Transportation, Research, Surveys, Traffic congestion
Attachments: 1. Attachment A LRTP Potential Ballot Measure Framework & Sequencing Criteria October 2, 2. Attachment B - LRTP Potential Ballot Measure Assumptions, 3. Attachment C - Link, 4. Attachment D Sub-Regional Stakeholder Draf Project_Constrained, 5. Attachment E Regional Facility Provider Draft Needs Lists_Unconstrained, 6. Attachment F - Roadmap, 7. Attachment G Presentation LRTP
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PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE
OCTOBER 14, 2015
EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
OCTOBER 15, 2015

Subject/Action
SUBJECT: LONG RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLAN - DRAFT POTENTIAL BALLOT MEASURE FRAMEWORK, ASSUMPTIONS, AND INPUT

ACTION: RECEIVE AND FILE

Heading
RECOMMENDATION

Title
RECEIVE AND FILE:
A. The draft Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) Potential Ballot Measure Framework in Attachment A and draft Assumptions in Attachment B;
B. Stakeholder Input in Attachment C, Attachment D, and Attachment E, as described below; and,
C. The Roadmap to a Potential Ballot Measure in Attachment F.
Issue
ISSUE

Since Fall 2012, Metro has explored the feasibility of pursuing a new potential ballot measure in conjunction with updating the 2009 LRTP. By participating in over 190 meetings, Metro staff has worked with subregional representatives and other stakeholders including, but not limited to, business, public health, labor, environmental groups, Active Transportation stakeholders, and numerous other groups. These various stakeholders were asked to submit their priorities and policy input by September 1, 2015.

While all projects submitted are anticipated to be included in the LRTP update, they must be categorized in one of two ways: financially constrained or financially unconstrained. These financial constraints are defined in federal planning regulations as revenues that can be reasonably expected to be available. The purpose of the LRTP draft Potential Ballot Measure Framework and Assumptions in Attachment A is to assess the performance metrics of major highway and transit projects for potential funding through the 2017 LRTP, which could include funding from a potential ballot initiative, if the Board decides to proceed with placing it on the November 2016 ballot and it is approved by the voters. Specifically, Attachment A describes the performance analysis for assessing highway and transit projects, including the...

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