I-70 Mountain Corridor Coalition meeting agenda | SummitDaily.com

I-70 Mountain Corridor Coalition meeting agenda

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I-70 MOUNTAIN CORRIDOR COALITIONMAY 5 & 6, 2005SILVERCREEK LODGE AND CONFERENCE CENTERGRANBY, COLORADOAGENDATHURSDAY, MAY 5TH AT 10:00 A.M. OPENING Introduction Gary Severson Review purpose of the Coalition and goal(s) of the retreat Summary of jurisdictional comments Work of the Coalition to-date CDOT Comments RE ProcessMACRO VIEW OF THE CORRIDOR Table group Discuss your view of what the corridor will look like in 50 years. Be sure to specifically identify the components of the transportation systems that move people and goods to and through the corridor. For each component identified list the criteria necessary for that component to be successful. Table groups report out. As a large group we collate the major components and criteria that make up the visionary transportation system of the corridor. We will go back into table groups with a session dedicated to each of the major components, its criteria and what it would look like in each section of the corridor.MICRO VIEW OF THE COMPONENTS Table group component 1. First think about the changes to our present system that are necessary to make the component meet the criteria for being successful. Second, go through the corridor from east to west, being sure to include the communities off the corridor to the north and south, and explain what the successful component will look like in each community, while respecting the needs and concerns of the local jurisdictions. Third, sequence the changes in the order you would implement them. Please identify any triggers (sequence, time, money, technology,) that would come before implementing a specific change. Table groups report out. As a large group we sequence the necessary changes to the major component. This process is repeated for each major component of the visionary transportation system.SEQUENCING CORRIDOR CHANGES Table group. Meld the sequences for each major component into a single sequence for the corridor. Again, identify what triggers a certain event. Table groups report out. As a large group we sequence the corridor.IDENTIFY FUTURE COALITION INVOLVEMENT Table Group. Identify the role of the coalition throughout the sequenced plan for the corridor. Table groups report out. As a large group we identify the Coalitions role in the plan for the corridor.END AT 4:00 P.M. ON FRIDAY, MAY 6TH

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