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NEAS - CTT/SOT Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
mrutkowski
18:15
Erin, totally understand
Kim Johnson - GoTriangle
18:20
I will need to cut out around 1:55pm to get on another call. I wanted to join in for as much time today that I had available.
mrutkowski
19:00
Kim. Sounds good.
Nathan Spencer - WakeUP Wake County
26:16
What's the wealth breakdown of the home responses?
nlperry
35:27
I'd be VERY careful proposing new sidewalks (especially wider greenways) for older, existing neighborhoods. Front and backyards can be highly impacted. Most survey respondents won't think about that. I urge caution here!!! ---Based on lots of experience and gray hair.
nlperry
37:50
Agree with Mike. Nationally, your gonna see a flight from urban to rural areas. Especially as telecommuting becomes more adopted.
Nathan Spencer - WakeUP Wake County
45:05
This would be valuable for economic dev as well!
Nathan Spencer - WakeUP Wake County
45:34
Employers want to know lowest paid workers can get to their businesses
Timothy Tresohlavy, Stantec
51:26
Eric Lamb: How many roads in Raleigh are being retrofitted as Slow Streets? (~six, if I recall)
Nathan Spencer - WakeUP Wake County
53:17
The current US House stimulus bill has federal funding for 1st & last mile, so not just a local issue any more
mrutkowski
55:09
Good point. Let's hope it gets support and adequate funding moving forward
mrutkowski
56:05
Are local jurisdictions in NEAS area taking advantage of the new funding programs from the Wake Transit Plan?
Shelby Powell
56:53
Wake Forest & Rolesville are, Mike
Nathan Spencer - WakeUP Wake County
57:08
Seconding Shelby's point
Bryan Coates- Town of Wendell
57:10
We would like to take advantage of the transit funds, but a 50% match can be a challenge for smaller towns
Michael Clark - Zebulon
57:54
I agree with Bryan! More funding sources would be helpful.
Andy Kuhn
58:11
Since bike ridership is up 3x, crash data likely follow suit? or is greenway bike trail less dangerous?
Shelby Powell
58:33
Some communities are leveraging LAPP funds to assist w/ the Wake Transit match (Apex is doing this)
Scott Brame - Town of Youngsville
58:37
Is the wake transit plan limited to Wake County?
Jason Brown - Knightdale
58:38
Yes - we are trying to find the best way to utilize those funds prior to requesting the matching funds in our budget.
Bryan Coates- Town of Wendell
59:07
We will apply for funds once our new Comp Plan is completed
Shelby Powell
59:59
Scott B - yes, the Wake Transit plan is for Wake Co. However CAMPO's LAPP program is available to all our members.
Andy Kuhn
01:00:49
crash data=more funding for improvements (sadly)
Scott Brame - Town of Youngsville
01:00:59
Thanks. We do participate in the LAPP program.
RickardA
01:01:33
Andy - no it doesn't.
RickardA
01:01:38
unfortunatley
Erin Klinger
01:01:45
disconnected
Courtney Tanner
01:01:46
diconnected
Nathan Spencer - WakeUP Wake County
01:01:46
Dangerous
Bryan Coates- Town of Wendell
01:01:47
dangerous
Stephanie Harmon, KTRPO
01:01:47
Dangerous
Jason Brown - Knightdale
01:01:55
inconsistent
Bob Deaton - NCDOT Div. 5
01:01:56
increasing
Asa Fleming
01:01:58
disconnected
rduncan
01:01:58
inconsistent
Andy Kuhn
01:01:59
Rare
Phil Geary
01:02:00
lack
Scott Brame - Town of Youngsville
01:02:01
disconnected
Stephen S
01:02:03
Variable
Anita Davis GoWake Access/Wake County
01:02:05
dangerous
Eric Lamb - Raleigh
01:02:10
nonexistent
Terry Nolan Wake County
01:02:11
abysmal
UCPRPO - James Salmons
01:02:16
Scary
Vivian Jones' iPad
01:02:20
inconsistent
RickardA
01:02:21
underfunded
Scott Hammerbacher
01:02:26
needed
TJCOG: John Hodges-Copple
01:02:31
constrained
Eric Lamb - Raleigh
01:02:46
accessible
Scott Hammerbacher
01:02:49
robust
Erin Klinger
01:02:50
interconnected
Brandon Watson - CAMPO
01:02:51
connected
Pamela Perry Town of Bunn
01:02:54
health
Courtney Tanner
01:02:55
interconnected
Anita Davis GoWake Access/Wake County
01:02:55
encouraged
rduncan
01:02:56
easy
Bob Matheny, Zebulon
01:02:57
Inviting
UCPRPO - James Salmons
01:02:58
safe
Anita Davis GoWake Access/Wake County
01:02:58
safe
Scott Brame - Town of Youngsville
01:02:59
easy
Bryan Coates- Town of Wendell
01:03:01
equitable
Phil Geary
01:03:01
amazing
Asa Fleming
01:03:01
safe
TJCOG: John Hodges-Copple
01:03:02
safely-extensive
Michael Clark - Zebulon
01:03:02
interconnected
Nathan Spencer - WakeUP Wake County
01:03:05
safe
Shelby Powell
01:03:05
prioritized
Terry Nolan Wake County
01:03:06
easy
Bryan Coates- Town of Wendell
01:03:10
easy
Jason Brown - Knightdale
01:03:13
essential
Stephen S
01:03:19
Strategic
Bob Deaton - NCDOT Div. 5
01:03:21
plentiful
Vivian Jones' iPad
01:03:24
connections
Andy Kuhn
01:03:25
leisure-scenic
Bill Jenkins (Wake Co Planning Board)
01:03:25
well-planned
Stephanie Harmon, KTRPO
01:03:29
Desireable
Timothy Tresohlavy, Stantec
01:04:22
Strategic!
Timothy Tresohlavy, Stantec
01:04:34
Prioritized
Eric Lamb - Raleigh
01:07:06
One request: we need to broaden the definition of "greenways" to include MUP's/sidepaths along major roads and highways, and not just on stream corridors.
TJCOG: John Hodges-Copple
01:07:33
Agree with Eric
Eric Lamb - Raleigh
01:07:36
;-)
Don Berryann
01:08:01
if you asked about SAFETY vs Connectivity, you would get different answers
Frances Bisby
01:10:19
Was a planner, now I work with people who are faced with the disparities. For them, they rarely have sidewalks. They just want to get safely across the street.
Brandon Watson - CAMPO
01:10:22
good point Don
Brandon Watson - CAMPO
01:10:50
and Frances, exactly
Matt Noonkester
01:11:44
I am having audio issues.
Matt Noonkester
01:12:07
Can you unmute 919-606-1620?
mrutkowski
01:12:19
UNderstand. You have a good backup in Ian
mrutkowski
01:12:30
yes
Vivian Jones' iPad
01:15:08
I am sorry I have to leave, Vivian
mrutkowski
01:16:03
TY Vivian. Always a pleasure
Brandon Watson - CAMPO
01:16:21
thanks for joining us!
Eric Lamb - Raleigh
01:27:26
big challenge to think about with this question: how does the MPO effectively encourage that self-sufficiency from its membership?
Frances Bisby
01:27:37
Both, but different types of jobs are zoned differently and do not necessarily mix well.
Frances Bisby
01:27:54
manufacturing versus office space
mrutkowski
01:28:02
true
Frances Bisby
01:28:36
What is the economic distribution?
Ben McDonald, Knightdale Town Council
01:29:00
Absolutely a market for this clustered around activity centers like Knightdale Station Park
Eric Lamb - Raleigh
01:31:24
Question #6 could change a lot if more people start telecommuting from here on out...
Andy Kuhn
01:32:46
Strongly depends on if housing tracts are developed closer to those centers.
Don Berryann
01:33:32
we haven’t really talked about a diversity of housing alternatives, and therefore affordable options
Frances Bisby
01:37:10
Well, the planning scenarios really need to take a families economic vulnerability into account. Their priorities are different. Access to necessities versus access to shopping and entertainment. But, may need focus on access to public services, training (Tech Schools), and shift work.
Eric Lamb - Raleigh
01:37:32
Need to run - thanks all!
Don Berryann
01:38:04
municipalities could/should start planning broadband access as a utility provided, along with water, sewer and electricity.
Pamela Perry Town of Bunn
01:38:15
I believe a lot depends on the age that will take the survey?
Don Berryann
01:39:17
5G and the internet of things will make internet access no longer an option
Nathan Spencer - WakeUP Wake County
01:40:08
Let's go easy on the word 'great' when talking about internet
mrutkowski
01:40:19
Ha!
mrutkowski
01:40:25
True
Frances Bisby
01:41:07
I live in the country and out is SE Raleigh...laughing about internet...I'm two shakes from dial up.
Anita Davis GoWake Access/Wake County
01:41:25
Ditto Frances. I'm in the country as well.
mrutkowski
01:41:25
ha!
Frances Bisby
01:41:35
micro routes
Nathan Spencer - WakeUP Wake County
01:41:58
Non-fixed route transit service
Ben McDonald
01:42:00
Creating and connecting great community spaces.
Ben McDonald
01:42:29
Density around transit corridors and activity centers.
Andy Kuhn
01:42:45
With all the talk about housing, it will be interesting to observe how foreclosures and mortgage forbearance intensify in the coming months. The economy will take a while to recover from this, and securing some neighborhoods through enhanced transportation options may be necessary.
Ben McDonald
01:43:24
Stop the eternal widening of interstates and encouraging mass transit and traffic management technologies.
mrutkowski
01:43:31
Yes, that is going to be interesting to keep an eye on. Outlook is not good unfortunately.
Anita Davis GoWake Access/Wake County
01:44:11
Also consider the increased pedestrian usage as a result of parents opting for kids to walk to school and increased traffic due to carpooling as a result of COVID