The Citywide Transportation Advisory Committee (CTAC) provides recommendations related to the updates of the Transportation System Plan (TSP) and Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).
The CTAC is also responsible for providing policy recommendations to City Council on a variety of transportation-related policies and funding strategies to support Council Goal 2: Transportation “Move people and products around Bend efficiently, safely and reliably.”
The CTAC is comprised of 25 members, with two alternates.
The first meeting of the CTAC was February 28, 2018. Please check back on this page for details on location, date, and time for future meetings.
Ex-Officio Members (from Bend MPO area)
- Dale Peer
- Gregory Bryant
- Carolyn Carry-McDonald
NEXT CTAC MEETING LOCATION/DATE/TIME
Where: Trinity Episcopal Church, 469 NW Wall Street, Bend OR 97701
When: Thursday, July 19, 2018
Time: 2-5:00 p.m.
All meetings are open to the public, with an opportunity for public comment.
FUNDING WORK GROUP
The Funding Work Group (FWG) is a subcommittee of CTAC, charged with providing recommendations for funding components of Bend's Transportation Plan. The FWG will meet six times in 2018-2019.
The nine FWG members were selected by the CTAC co-chairs from a group of CTAC members who volunteered to be on this sub-committee. Members include:
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FWG meetings are listed in the calendar below. All meetings are open to the public, with an opportunity for public comment.
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The City of Bend and Bend MPO is working with residents and stakeholders to create Bend’s Transportation Plan – a blueprint for a transportation system that will provide more options for getting around while protecting the quality of life that makes Bend a great place. Bend’s Transportation Plan will identify needed transportation projects and a strategy to fund them. As we start to develop our plan, we need to hear from you.
MEETING SCHEDULE AND MATERIALS
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Articles of Interest Submitted by CTAC Members: High Prices in America's Cities are Reviving the Suburbs; Millennials and Silent Generation Drive Desire for Walkable Communities, Say Realtors; How Microtransit Could Transform Cities; City of Boulder Transportation Progress Report