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City of Los Angeles Pedestrian Advisory Committee

8:04 PM PDT on September 13, 2013

City of Los Angeles

Pedestrian Advisory Committee

Meeting Agenda

September 19, 2013, 2:00 – 4:00 PM

200 North Main Street, City Hall East

Room 351A – Please note location change

1.Bring to OrderDeborah Murphy
2.Self Introductions
Sign In & Roster UpdateAll
3.Approval of July 18th Meeting MinutesAll
4.Featured Issue/Program/ProjectMetro First-Last Mile Strategic PlanSarah Jepson - Metro
5.Update on LADOT Projects & IssuesMargot Ocañas/Valerie Watson
Walk to School Events October 9th
Travel Tallies
PAC/BAC SRTS Education Synergies
S4P/Parklets/Street Porches/Street Plazas
Other Issues/Programs
6.Update on other Projects and Issues
CaltransDale Benson
MetroTham Nguyen
LACDPWJames Chon
BoSSFerdy Chan/Kevin Minne
DCPSimon Pastucha
DCP – Mobility ElementMy La
LAPDRon Katona/Sean Karmody
LANISian Leong
TRUST South LATafarai Bayne
Green LA CoalitionRyan Lehman
Safe MovesBarbara Sheppard
Safe Routes to School National PartnershipJessica Meaney
SCAGAlan Thompson
LACDPHChanda Singh
The Advancement ProjectGilbert Espinoza
AAAMarianne Kim
Los Angeles WalksDeborah
Council District RepresentativesIssues, Projects, ConcernsHolly Harper CD#1Jay Beeber CD#2

Eli Lipman CD#5

Ryan Johnson CD#9

Randal Henry CD#10

Ana Gomez CD#14 BH

Allen Compton CD #14 ER

Deborah Murphy CD#13

7.Outreach for New MembersAll
Council Office Appointees/Staff, Other Departments/Agencies
8.Other Issues of Interest to Committee MembersAll
Neighborhood Council Congress Sept 28thLA Walks Day of Action October 1st

CicLAvia/WalkLAvia October 6th

WalkOctober Events each weekend in October –

9.Next Committee MeetingDeborah
Thursday, November 21st  @ 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Suggestions for Featured Project/Issue

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