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Meeting Name: Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/9/2021 9:45 AM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Board Room - 1st Floor (REMOTE)
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21-0440 12a. MinutesApproval of Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee Minutes of the March 12, 2021 Meeting   Not available Not available
21-0441 12b. ReportLegislative History Detailed list of bills the ABAG and MTC are tracking in Sacramento, including those ABAG or MTC supports or opposes.   Not available Not available
21-0530 13a. Assembly BillAssembly Bill 917 (Bloom): Camera-Based Enforcement for Transit Stops and Transit Only Lanes Expands an existing pilot program authorizing camera-based enforcement for parking violations in a transit-only traffic lane or transit stop or station.   Not available Media Media
21-0531 13b. Assembly BillAssembly Bill 476 (Mullin): Transit Bus on Shoulder Pilot Program Authorizes the Department of Transportation (Caltrans) to establish a pilot program of up to eight projects allowing for the operation of transit buses on the shoulders of state highways.   Not available Media Media
21-0533 13c. Assembly BillAssembly Bill 43 (Friedman): Vision Zero-Setting Speed Limits to Enhance Roadway Safety Provides greater flexibility to local jurisdictions to set speed limits on streets with high injuries and fatalities.   Not available Media Media
21-0532 13d. Assembly BillAssembly Bill 550 (Chiu): Vision Zero: Speed Safety Cameras Establishes a speed-safety camera pilot program in highway work and local zones.   Not available Media Media
21-0534 13e. Assembly BillAssembly Bill 629 (Chiu): Seamless and Resilient Transit Act Requires MTC to designate transit priority corridors to support fast and reliable transit service and to create a pilot of a multi-operator transit fare pass. MTC develop a regional transit mapping and wayfinding system and operators comply with it by a specified date. Sets new rules for transit operators with respect to real time transit information.   Not available Media Media
21-0579 14a. ReportFederal Update: Infrastructure Plan, Transportation Bill, and Priority Projects Update on the Biden Administration’s infrastructure proposal and other federal funding opportunities.   Not available Media Media
21-0442 14b. ReportWashington D.C. Legislative Update Report on key legislative, funding and political developments over the past month from Washington, D.C. prepared by the Summit Strategies team.   Not available Media Media