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        陈好丈夫 Board of Directors Regular Meetings陈好丈夫
        The Board of Directors meets at 5:30 p.m. on the third Wednesday of the month. Meetings are open to the public and include a forum for public comments. The public comment period begins at 5:30 p.m. If you are not able to attend the Board meeting and would like to present testimony to the Board, you may send your comments to P.O. Box 7070, Springfield, OR 97475 or clerk@ltd.org

        陈好丈夫 Board Meeting Location陈好丈夫
        3500 E. 17th Avenue
        Eugene, OR 97403 (in Glenwood)

        On occasion, Board meetings may need to be held at an alternate location. Board meeting information is available on LTD’s website the Friday prior to each meeting. If you require an interpreter or other communication aid at a meeting, please call 541-687-5555 (7-1-1 TTY) (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays) at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.

        陈好丈夫 Board of Directors Special Meetings陈好丈夫
        Special Board of Director meetings are held on dates outside the normal monthly meeting time on an as-needed-basis. Complete details of meeting location, date, and time can be found on LTD’s Events Calendar.


        陈好丈夫Comprehensive and Accessible Transportation Committee陈好丈夫
        The Comprehensive and Accessible Transportation Committee (the “CATC” or “Committee”) was established by the Lane Transit District (“LTD” or the “District”) Board of Directors (the “Board”) in Resolution No. 2019-01-16-005.  The Committee advises and assists the Board in considering the impacts of potential, proposed, or actual service changes on individuals who are transit dependent, especially those who are older adults or people with disabilities. The CATC is composed of 10 members representing diversity within typically transit-dependent populations, including but not limited to, older adults, people with disabilities, and low-income individuals. The CATC meets a minimum of twice per year on an as needed basis at the Eugene Station, Next Stop Center, and 1099 Olive Street. Meetings are open to the public and include a forum for public comments.

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        陈好丈夫Budget Committee陈好丈夫
        The committee meets on an as-needed basis but generally convenes in the first and fourth quarters of each fiscal year in time to provide advice to the Board of Directors prior to the adoption of an annual budget. The Committee is composed of all seven Board members and seven citizen members. Each LTD Board member selects one citizen member to fill a term of three years. Meetings are open to the public and include a forum for public comments.

        陈好丈夫Strategic Planning Committee陈好丈夫
        The Strategic Planning Committee is composed of a core group of representatives from the LTD Board of Directors, key LTD partners including: the Eugene City Council, Springfield City Council, Lane County Board of Commissioners, and Oregon Department of Transportation. The committee also includes a diverse set of representatives from within the community. 

        The Strategic Planning Committee provides the LTD Board of Directors with independent advice on strategic planning issues related to advancing the goals of the Long-Range Transit Plan, including but not limited to, developing the Frequent Transit Network, making better connections, reducing trip and waiting times, bridging the first and last mile, creating safer ways to access service, and optimizing solutions for urban and rural areas. 

        The Strategic Planning Committee陈好丈夫 陈好丈夫meets at 5:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month on a monthly basis. Meetings are open to the public and include a forum for public comments. 

        陈好丈夫Special Transportation Fund Committee陈好丈夫
        The Special Transportation Fund Committee is a state-mandated advisory committee that advises the LTD Board of Directors in carrying out the purposes of the Special Transportation Fund (the “STF”) for the elderly and people with disabilities Special Transportation Operating (the “STO”) Grants Program.

        The Committee meets a minimum of two times per year, or a sufficient number of times to advise and assist the Board in carrying out the purposes of the STF for the elderly and people with disabilities STO Grants Program.  The committee is composed of local community member representatives in accordance with state law and an ex officio LTD Board member. Meetings are open to the public and include a forum for public comments.

        陈好丈夫State Transportation Improvement Fund (STIF) Advisory Committee陈好丈夫

        Oregon House Bill 2017 Keep Oregon Moving (HB2017) established a new dedicated source of funding for expanding public transportation service in Oregon. Keep Oregon Moving includes a new 0.1% employee payroll tax to fund public transportation. This tax is effective July 1, 2018 and provides a dedicated source of funding for expanding public transportation service in Oregon that benefits a high percentage of low-income households. This new funding source is called the Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund (STIF). Lane Transit District (LTD) is the Qualified Entity of the funds allocated to Lane County.

        STIF may be used for public transportation purposes that support the effective planning, deployment, operation, and administration of public transportation programs including, but not limited to, the following:

        • Creation of new systems and services with origins, destinations or stops in Oregon;
        • Maintenance or continuation of systems and services in certain circumstances; and
        • Planning for and development of a Local Plan or future STIF Plan to improve public transportation service.

        The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) estimates that Lane County will receive $13,410,000 in STIF funds in FY19-FY21; $12,721,000 is anticipated to be used within the LTD boundary while $689,000 is anticipated to be used in areas outside the LTD district. Allocation is based on where the employee tax was generated.

        The LTD Board of Directors has appointed an Advisory Committee to review potential STIF-funded projects and create a prioritized list of projects for the county. The Advisory Committee will meet at least two times per year.

        The Lane Council of Governments (LCOG) will be overseeing and administering the STIF Advisory Committee. Please see their website here for more information.


        陈好丈夫Vision Zero Task Force
        陈好丈夫In November of 2015, the Eugene City Council adopted a Vision Zero Resolution that set as official policy the vision zero goal that no loss of life or serious injury on Eugene's transportation system is acceptable. Further information regarding the Vision Zero Task Force can be found on their website here.

        陈好丈夫Metropolitan Planning Committee (MPC) 陈好丈夫
        The Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Policy Board function is carried out at the Metropolitan Planning Committee (MPC). MPC serves as the MPO Policy Board under delegation from the Lane Council of Governments (LCOG) Board of Directors. Further information regarding MPC can be found on their website here.

        陈好丈夫Oregon Metropolitan Planning Organization Consortium (OMPOC)陈好丈夫
        The Oregon MPO Consortium is a forum for Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) whose purpose includes addressing Oregon’s growing transportation needs within metropolitan areas, the role of the State of Oregon in transportation investments and other related transportation needs and issues within the state. Further information regarding OMPOC can be found on their website here.

        陈好丈夫Lane Council of Governments Board of Directors (LCOG) 陈好丈夫
        The Lane Council of Governments is an organization designed to provide an environment for local governments to work together as needed for the purpose of addressing a variety of local needs, including transportation. The governing body of LCOG is its Board of Directors, which is comprised of local elected and appointed officials that represent a variety of member agencies. Further information regarding LCOG can be found on their website here.

        陈好丈夫Lane Area Commission on Transportation (LaneACT) 陈好丈夫
        Lane Area Commission on Transportation (LaneACT) is an advisory body established to provide a forum for stakeholders to collaborate on transportation issues affecting Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) Region 2, Area 5 (“Area”) and to strengthen state/local partnerships in transportation. Further information regarding LaneACT can be found on their website here

        To apply to serve on an LTD Board Community Advisory Committee, please click here to fill out an application. For questions and additional information the Clerk of the Board can be reached at 541-682-6103 or clerk@ltd.org.