Regional Technical Committee Agenda
Phone Number: 1-646-558-8656 Meeting ID: 923-3243-8571 Password: 514753097
1. Call to Order – Chairman’s Comments
2. Deputy Executive Director’s Report
3. Public Comments on Agenda and Non-Agenda Items
4. Highlights of the July 7, 2020 RTC Meeting
5. CMAQ Performance Plan
DVRPC was required to adopt CMAQ Congestion and Emissions targets and develop a baseline performance plan in 2018 as part of the federally mandated Transportation Performance Management process. MPOs are required to update their performance plan as part of the two-year interim performance review. DVRPC is collaborating with both state DOTs and other planning partners on the MPO interim performance report. Staff will present highlights of the performance plan and ask for adoption.
6. Federal Functional Classification Changes, Chester and Philadelphia Counties
a. Several edits are proposed to the Federal Functional Classification System. In East Bradford Township, Chester County, a portion of US 322 Business is proposed to be changed from a Principal to a Minor Arterial and portions of Birmingham and Sconnelltown roads will be removed from the federal aid system.
b. In addition, several roads within Philadelphia's Navy Yard are proposed to be added to the federal aid system, including League Island Blvd, Kitty Hawk and Constitution avenues, and South 21st and South 26th streets.
7. Proposed dates for Calendar Year 2021 RTC Meetings
8. Safety Performance Management: Regional Target-Setting
Staff will give a brief overview of the regional target-setting option for Federal Safety Performance Management (Safety PM) requirement, present 5-year rolling average crash trends for the region using the Safety PM metrics, and discuss the process and schedule.
9. Frankford Avenue Multimodal Study
Frankford Avenue serves many roles for adjacent communities and for the City of Philadelphia: a thriving commercial corridor, an essential transit route, a high-volume arterial roadway, and a cultural center and destination. These roles bring different roadway users and travel modes into close contact, and conflict, on a daily basis. Due to frequent, high-impact crashes, the roadway is on Philadelphia's High Injury Network and PennDOT's Highway Safety Improvement Program. The purpose of the Frankford Avenue Multimodal Study is to identify traffic calming and roadway design strategies that better balance travel modes to serve all roadway users and the local community.
10. Work Program Development
11. One Minute Reports
RTC Members and guests will be invited to provide updates on the activities of their agencies.
12. Old Business and New Business
13. Meeting Adjournment
The next scheduled meeting of the RTC is Tuesday, October 6, 2020.