The DVRPC Board

9/23/2010
1:15 p.m.

The ACE Conference Center
800 Ridge Pike
Lafayette Hill, PA
PLEASE NOTE LOCATION AND TIME CHANGE

AGENDA

CALL TO ORDER - CHAIR'S COMMENTS

PUBLIC COMMENTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

ACTION ITEMS

1. Minutes of Meeting of July 22, 2010

2. DVRPC Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Actions

a. NJ10-36a:  Embankment Restoration (DB #DR015), DRPA/PATCO
b. NJ10-36b:  Lindenwold Yard Tie Renewal (DB #DR044) DRPA/PATCO
c. NJ10-38:  Bispham Street Bridge over Rancocas Creek (DB #D0806), Burlington County
d. PA11-01a:  Transit and Regional Rail Station Program (MPMS #77183), SEPTA
e. PA11-01b:  SEPTA Bus Purchase Program – 60' (MPMS #90512), SEPTA

3. Fiscal Year 2011 Planning Work Program Amendments:

a. City of Philadelphia Pedestrian and Bicycle Counts

b. Examining the Next Round of Needs for DVRPC's Take Me to the River Grant Program


4. Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST) Funding Requests in Chester County

5. Proposed Amendment to the Tri-County Water Quality Management Board (WQMB):  Update of the Wastewater Management Plan for the Mount Holly Municipal Utility Authority, Burlington County

ONE MINUTE REPORTS

6. Board Members and Alternates are invited to provide updates on the activities of  their counties/agencies.

DISCUSSION ITEM

7. Development of the FY 2012 DVRPC Planning Work Program

INFORMATION ITEMS

8. Regional Citizens Committee (RCC) Report

The activities from the RCC Meeting of September 14, 2010 will be reported to the Board.

9. Executive Director's Report

a. Certification Review

b. Sustainable Communities grant

c. Leadership Exchange

d. Mid-Atlantic Roundtable – October 1

e. Economic Development Forum – October 26


10. Committee Reports

The following committee reports will be distributed to the Board for their review.
(1) Planning Coordinating Committee/Regional Transportation Committee;
(2) Information Resource Exchange Group; (3) Regional Safety Task Force;
(4) Regional Aviation Committee; and (5) Transportation Operations Task Force.



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