Transportation Performance Technical Advisory Committee (TPTAC) Documents March 1, 2024

The March 1, 2024 Transportation Performance Technical Advisory Committee (TPTAC) meeting will take place online and in-person at the TRPA office. Any interested member of the public will be able to participate and observe the meeting, either remotely or in-person.  All details, including a link to the Zoom webinar, are posted below.

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How To Provide Public Comment

Interested members of the public who are participating remotely will be able to digitally “Raise Their Hand” during the meeting and speak when called upon. Comment on any agenda item before the item closes. Comments submitted during the meeting will be recorded into the record. Individuals and groups will have three minutes of public comment time.

On the day of the meeting, join from the link or phone numbers posted below. In order to make a public comment, the Zoom App must be used and the correct audio options must be enabled. For more details click the link below. Zoom Webinar Public Participation – Click Here

Transportation Performance Technical Advisory Committee (TPTAC) Meeting Agenda 03.01.2024

Agenda Items VI. A. & VI. B. Transportation Performance and Recommendation Report

DRAFT Transportation Performance Technical Advisory Committee (TPTAC) Meeting Minutes 01.19.2024

 

Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Honored with Rosa Parks Award

Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Honored with Rosa Parks Award

Image: Lead staff on the Transportation Equity Study Victoria Ortiz (L) and Kira Richardson (R) accept the award on Wednesday at the WTS event in Sacramento, Calif.

 

Sacramento, Calif. – The Sacramento chapter of Women’s Transportation Seminar International (WTS) bestowed its 2023 Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award Wednesday to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) Transportation Equity Study, the agency announced today. Sacramento WTS leaders presented the award to TRPA staff at the annual awards and scholarship event in Sacramento, Calif.

Many citizens are underrepresented in traditional transportation planning and TRPA is working to ensure all Lake Tahoe community members are heard and engaged. Surveys of Tahoe’s small, rural communities show at least 30 percent of residents are underrepresented. Many live below the poverty line and nearly 1,000 households have no access to a car.

Lead staff for the equity study, Senior Transportation Planner Kira Richardson and Community Engagement Manager Victoria Ortiz, accepted the award on behalf of the agency alongside Kendall Flint of DKS Associates, the project consultant.

“We are honored for this recognition of the agency’s work with local community-based organizations and partner agencies to create a more equitable and accessible future for everyone at Lake Tahoe,” said TRPA’s Richardson. “We are also grateful for the relationships we’ve strengthened with many local residents who face unique adversities every day.”

The Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award honors organizations seeking to promote diversity and cultural awareness in the transportation industry. TRPA completed the first-ever Transportation Equity Study for the Lake Tahoe Region in 2023. The study team conducted multi-lingual community engagement to improve TRPA’s connection with underserved communities and to understand how transportation planning and decision-making can remove inequities.

“Equity in our transportation system is a cornerstone of environmental quality and community well-being,” said TRPA Governing Board Chair Cindy Gustafson who is also Placer County District 5 Supervisor. “The Transportation Equity Study will foster fair and efficient transportation options and lead the way to a healthier Lake Tahoe that is inclusive and accessible for all. I applaud the agency and its staff for this incredible recognition.”

The equity study brings forward a suite of policy recommendations such as improving winter access to work, recreation, and services by providing transit shelters and cleared sidewalks and pathways. The study also includes an interactive storymap to educate the public and help guide transportation projects and plans, including the Lake Tahoe Regional Transportation Plan update underway this year.

Background

TRPA has a lead role in identifying solutions for the region’s transportation challenges. As the federally designated metropolitan planning organization for the Lake Tahoe Region, TRPA plans transportation system improvements and brings in state, regional, and federal transportation funding for programs and projects. Local, state, and federal partners implement projects and operate transit services throughout the Tahoe Region. Since 1997, partners have constructed or improved 198 miles of bike and pedestrian trails.

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The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency leads the cooperative effort to preserve, restore, and enhance the unique natural and human environment of the Lake Tahoe Region, while improving local communities, and people’s interactions with our irreplaceable environment. For additional information, contact Jeff Cowen, Public Information Officer, at (775) 589-5278 or jcowen@trpa.gov

Residential Allocation Performance Review Committee Meeting Materials

Residential Allocation Performance Review Committee Meeting Materials March 2, 2023

Performance Review Committee Agenda March 2, 2023

Agenda Item IV. A.

Attachment A DC TRPA STR Guidelines 2023

Attachment B EDC TRPA STR Guidelines 2023

Attachment C Placer STR Audit Memo 2023

Attachment D CSLT TRPA STR Guidelines 2023

Attachment E WC STR Guidelines 2023

Residential Allocation Performance Review Committee Meeting Materials February 23, 2021

Residential Allocation Performance Review Committee Agenda February 23, 2021

Agenda Item IV. A.

Residential Allocation Performance Review Committee Meeting Materials January 30, 2019

Residential Allocation Performance Review Committee Notice & Agenda January 30, 2019

Residential Allocation Performance Review Committee Staff Report January 30, 2019

Residential Allocation Performance Review Committee Meeting Materials February 27, 2017

Residential Allocation Performance Review Committee Agenda February 27, 2017

Memorandum Allocation Release

Attachment A Recommended Disbursement

 

 

 

 

Hearings Officer Meeting Materials February 1, 2024 – Hybrid Meeting

Hearings Officer Meeting February 1, 2024 Video Recording

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How To Provide Public Comment

Interested members of the public who are participating remotely will be able to digitally “Raise Their Hand” during the meeting and speak when called upon. Comment on any agenda item before the item closes. Comments submitted during the meeting will be recorded into the record. Individuals and groups will have three minutes of public comment time.

On the day of the meeting, join from the link or phone numbers posted below. In order to make a public comment, the Zoom App must be used and the correct audio options must be enabled. For more details click the link below. Zoom Webinar Public Participation – Click Here

Hearings Officer Agenda 2.1.2024

Agenda Item No. V. A. Lands End LLC Land Capability Challenge

Renowned climate scientist to present at the Tahoe Science Center and Lake Tahoe Community College Jan. 23

Free registration for these events are sold out, but you can sill register for the livestream Zoom webinar.

Tuesday, January 23 at 10 a.m. in the Tahoe Science Center on the UNR Tahoe Campus
The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center, and University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe present internationally renowned climate scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe for an exclusive North Shore presentation.

Hayhoe’s TED talk, “The most important thing you can do to fight climate change,” has over four million views.

“We are honored to bring Dr. Hayhoe here in partnership with UC Davis TERC and UNR Tahoe,” said TRPA Executive Director Julie Regan. “Lake Tahoe’s environment and communities are in the crosshairs of a climate crisis that is happening globally. Heightening awareness and sharing ideas will strengthen the climate resilience of the Tahoe Region and spread innovation.”

Events Info

UC Davis and UNR Tahoe Event Registration
Free registration for this event is sold out, but you can sill register for the livestream Zoom webinar.

Tuesday, January 23 at 3 p.m. in the Duke Theatre on the Lake Tahoe Community College Campus
The LTCC Foundation with The Friends of the Library, South Lake Tahoe, present a talk by internationally renowned climate scientist: Dr. Katharine Hayhoe on the South Shore.

Friends of the Library and LTCC Event

About Dr. Hayhoe

Author of the best-selling book, Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World.
Her research focuses on understanding the impacts of climate change on people and the planet – and what individuals can do to have an impact.
Chief Scientist for The Nature Conservancy and a Horn Distinguished Professor and Endowed Professor of Public Policy and Public Law at Texas Tech University.
The 27th Annual Operation Sierra Storm brings 30+ television meteorologists and science leaders together for discussion on important climate topics. Also, to reinforce the Visit Lake Tahoe brand as one of the country’s leading winter destinations, with an emphasis on its stewardship and sustainability direction via broadcasts and social media content.