The Columbia River Crossing Project Sponsors Council is meeting next on the 22nd. From the project:
VANCOUVER – The Columbia River Crossing Project Sponsors Council will discuss performance goals and objectives focused on long-term management of the transportation corridor at its Jan. 22 meeting in Vancouver. CRC is believed to be the only large-scale, multi-modal project in the country developing performance measures.
The Project Sponsors Council will review the work of the Performance Measures Advisory Group, which was formed to help ensure the highway and transit project meets expectations for managing the I-5 corridor once the CRC project has been constructed. National experts and agency staff developed goals and objectives and began work on associated performance measures.
The agenda also includes a report on the traffic effects and funding contribution associated with 10 tolling scenarios evaluated by the Tolling Study Committee, a conceptual funding plan for the CRC project, and a progress report on Hayden Island design.
Meeting materials are available at: http://www.columbiarivercrossing.org/ProjectPartners/PSCMeetingMaterials.aspx. The meeting will be held 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Southwest Region office of the Washington State Department of Transportation, 11018 NE 51st Circle, in Vancouver. It is open to the public.