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File #: 2022-0302   
Type: Policy Status: Non-Calendar
File created: 5/2/2022 In control: Board of Directors - Regular Board Meeting
On agenda: 6/23/2022 Final action: 6/23/2022
Title: CONSIDER: A. ADOPTING the proposed Metro Objectives for Multimodal Highway Investment (Attachment A); and B. RECEIVING AND FILING the report back on FY23 Budgeted Multimodal Highway Investments. SOLIS & DUPONT WALKER AMENDMENT TO ATTACHMENT A, OBJECTIVE 2: Recognizing LA County's history of inequitable highway investment policies and construction, work with local communities to reduce disparities caused by the existing highway system and develop holistic, positive approaches to maintain and improve the integrity and quality of life of those communities with minimal or no displacement during the implementation of highway improvements.
Sponsors: Planning and Programming Committee
Indexes: Air quality, Budget, Community Transportation, Complete streets, Construction, Council Of Governments, Grant Aid, I-5, Jobs, Measure M, Measure R, Mitigation, Multimodal, Multimodal transportation, Pedestrians, Policy, Program, Quality of life, Safety, San Gabriel, Soundwall, Southern California Highways, SR-57, SR-60, State highways, Strategic planning, Traffic safety, Vehicle miles of travel, Zoning
Attachments: 1. Attachment A -- Metro Objectives for Multimodal Highway Investment, 2. Attachment B - FY23 Multimodal Highway Budget Summary
Meeting_Body
REVISED
PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE
JUNE 15, 2022

Subject
SUBJECT: METRO OBJECTIVES FOR MULTIMODAL HIGHWAY INVESTMENT

Action
ACTION: APPROVE RECOMMENDATIONS

Heading
RECOMMENDATION

Title
CONSIDER:

A. ADOPTING the proposed Metro Objectives for Multimodal Highway Investment (Attachment A); and

B. RECEIVING AND FILING the report back on FY23 Budgeted Multimodal Highway Investments.

SOLIS & DUPONT WALKER AMENDMENT TO ATTACHMENT A, OBJECTIVE 2: Recognizing LA County's history of inequitable highway investment policies and construction, work with local communities to reduce disparities caused by the existing highway system and develop holistic, positive approaches to maintain and improve the integrity and quality of life of those communities with minimal or no displacement during the implementation of highway improvements.
Issue
ISSUE


LA County's position as the nation's most populous county, the home of the Western Hemisphere's most vital seaport complex, and the steward of the world's 18th largest economy poses significant transportation demands, policy challenges, and unequal impacts for a region comprising a socioeconomically and racially diverse array of 88 cities and over 130 unincorporated communities.

Our region's ability to thrive, grow together, and develop a more inclusive, equitable, sustainable, and vibrant economy depends upon its ability to plan for, invest in, and implement a well-functioning, multimodal and multipurpose transportation system that moves people and goods seamlessly and sustainably throughout the region and provides access to opportunity for every resident. At the heart of this shared use, complex, and oversubscribed transportation system is the expansive highway system that serves local communities, regional mobility, and the national economy by linking residents to opportunities, commuters to jobs, patients to healthcare, students to education, customers to businesse...

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