The Climate Action Plan Committee meets on Monday the 1st, and with some apposite timing they will be talking with Cherriots about transit and the project underway to write the new Long Range Transit Plan.
Interestingly, the City strategies, TL08 and TL09, correspond pretty closely to frequency and coverage. Frequency, it should be noted, has a higher emissions reduction potential than coverage.
But again, the lead on five of the seven strategies on the agenda is not the City.
|The subset of 55 should have "high" potential (May)|
The Committee was going to be structured around a review and decisions on of this subset of "early implementation strategies," and instead the meetings are a series of updates on what other agencies are doing. The meetings are passive, about watching what others are doing rather than initiating urgent action under the City's control. The City was supposed to be the lead agency on the early action.