Transportation and Land Use High Impact Actions for Resilient Cities Spring Workshop Resources Transportation. Final Group Packet Action 1. Support sustained state, regional & county transit investments, reprioritize spending Action 2. Prioritize pedestrians, bikes, transit in public right of ways complete streets, reconstruction Action 3. Plan for successful & equitable in-fill redevelopment – Net Zero, Equitable, Walkable, TOD Action 4. Support increased adoption of Electric Vehicles – City Fleets, E.V. Charging Ordinance Action 5. Shared Mobility – Explore possible joint powers agreement between interested cities to regulate privately funded shared mobility – bikes, scooters, car sharing, autonomous vehicles Transportation and Climate Action listening session with NGOs and cities giving feedback to the climate sub-cabinet Transportation Action Team on their preliminary policy ideas for 2021. Read more background below Thursday September 3 Noon to 1:30pm. Here is the webex link.
  • The MN DOT Sustainability Page also has two other ways for Minnesotans to provide input.
  • There is now a “Submit A Comment” section of our website for people to provide general comments on transportation-related climate action.
  • And, there is a link to a survey for people to provide input on the Transportation Action Team’s preliminary policy ideas.
  • Thanks in advance for your help promoting this event ! Siri Simons(DOT)
Draft Strategies for Reducing VMT (state, regional and local) August 10, 2020 DRAFT from Jim Erkel Current Transportation Policy Priorities (Aug 2019) for the 2021 Legislative State Agency Staff – Transportation Action Team ·       Develop a clean fuels standard (i.e. low carbon fuel standard) ·       Carbon price on transportation fuels ·       Establish consumer rebates for electric vehicles ·       Direct the first $75 of the EV Fee for EV infrastructure ·       Increase the frequency and coverage of transit along high demand corridors ·       Develop state-level plan to advance medium / heavy duty electric vehicles West Metro Cities Climate Action Conversation with Environmental Commissions Volunteers  Wed Jan 22, 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the St. Louis Park City Hall
  • 60 west metro citizen leaders and/or city staff from 14 cities joined us for lively conversations from Bloomington, Champlin, Chanhassen, Chaska, Edina, Eden Prairie, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Minnetonka, Minneapolis, Plymouth, Richfield St. Anthony Village, St. Louis Park and Wayzata.   
Small Group Conversations to review high impact actions PAST WORKSHOP RESOURCES Planning for Resilient Cities November 9 2017 Metro Wide Workshop, Brookdale Library
Overview of the New Twin Cities Shared Use Mobility Action Plan
Aaron Westling  Program Associate (312) 448-8083
Planning for self-driving vehicles
Specifically regarding self-driving vehicles, the time is ripe for planners and policymakers to consider the impacts of these technologies on not only the way we think about transportation, but the way we relate to the built environment and organize the way we live: can we eliminate distracted driving, traffic congestion, and expensive parking? Can we make mobility available to all people? Will we be able to maintain an independent lifestyle later into life? Will we feel the need to own our own car? Can we adapt our land use to allow these changes to happen?
Minnesota GO 50-Year Vision and Plan for Transportation Minnesota GO 50-Year Vision for Transportation
  • Quality of Life, Environmental Health, Economic Competitiveness
Planning for Resilient Cities November 9 2017 Metro Wide Workshop, Brookdale Library
Climate Adaptation and Resilience – Sample Goals and Strategies
Matthew R. Metzger, ENV SP, PE Senior Civil Engineer, Barr Engineering 952.832.2830
Climate Adaptation and Resilience – New Planning Resources from the Met Council
Eric Wojchik, MRTPI Senior Planner, Metropolitan Council, Sector Representative, Resilience Contact 651 – 602.1330
City of Burnsville Comprehensive Plan update – integrating resilience into all sections
Planning for Resilient Cities – June 2017 Workshop Future Transportation Trends – Planning for Autonomous Electric Vehicles – Tom Fisher U of MN Design Center. Three Pillars for Reducing Co2 in transportation
  • Reduce Vehicle Miles Traveled
  • Switch to cleaner fuels
  • More efficient vehicles
Model Policies cities can adopt Siemen’s report for the City of Minneapolis MN GreenStep Cities Drive Electric Minnesota   Drive Electric MN is a partnership of EV champions working to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles in MN EV Charging Stations- City of Saint Paul Electric Vehicles in Minneapolis – MN PEV Owners – PlugInConnect Shared Use mobility Center Minnesota planners begin to envision driverless future – Active Transportation Benefits Inclusive TOD