The Transportation Committee will meet as needed on 2015 Meetings Dates
. Meetings will be cancelled if there is not a quorum expected, or if there are no agenda items. Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m., in the City Hall Annex, 25 West
4th Street, 13th floor conference room. The Transportation Committee is staffed by Hilary Holmes. If you would like to receive meeting agendas via email, please email
If you are a staff person looking to bring an item to the committee, please reference the following resources.
| January 12, 2015
|| 01-12-15 Packet
| February 9, 2015
|March 2, 2015
||Revised Agenda 03-02-15
03-02-15 Packet Part 1
03-02-15 Packet Part 2
|March 16, 2015
||TC Packet 03-16-15
|March 30, 2015
||TC Packet 03-30-15
|April 13, 2015
||TC Packet 04-13-15
|April 27, 2015
||TC Packet 04-27-15
|May 11, 2015
||TC Packet 05-11-15
County Mill & Overlay Bike Facility presentation
|May 25, 2015
||Memorial Day - no meeting
|June 8, 2015
|| TC Packet 06-08-15
|June 22, 2015
|| Cancelled - no meeting
|July 13, 2015
|| TC Packet 07-13-15
|July 27, 2015
|August 10, 2015
|August 24, 2015
|September 21, 2015
|October 5, 2015
|November 2, 2015
|November 16, 2015
| December 7, 2015
Transportation Programs public process
At the direction of the Mayor and City Council
, the Planning Commission established a Transportation Committee in 2010. The Transportation Committee advises the Planning Commission on transportation-related plans, policies, and projects.
The Transportation Committee advises the Planning Commission on transportation planning and project decisions, and creates a transparent public forum for such discussions. The committee’s work helps the Planning Commission better integrate land use and transportation decisions as they relate to zoning, neighborhood and comprehensive planning, and infrastructure investments. The Committee has been asked to:
- Implement policies and projects from the recently updated Transportation Chapter of the Comprehensive Plan. Review transportation-related zoning amendments/studies, guide new modal plans, and oversee the work of any transportation issue task forces that may be convened.
- Review proposals on large or complex Public Works projects.
- Assist in the review of land use recommendations in neighborhood and small area plans to ensure they are consistent with goals to expand multi-modal transportation options, and that any transportation recommendations are consistent with citywide plans and existing systems.
- Advise, where needed, on site plans or development concepts to ensure true transportation options.
- Review planning or design documents for consistency with “Complete Streets” approach and Universal Design guidelines.
- Engage in regional/interagency projects. Coordinate with the regional and federal governments in transportation planning, and provide guidance for priorities on funding opportunities.
The Transportation Committee consists of four Planning Commissioners, and up to eight additional community members, including people who represent the following areas of interest, or multiple interests:
- Transit, including bus and passenger rail
- Pedestrian/walkability issues
- Freight and logistics industry, including trucking, rail operations, and airports
- Accessibility representatives or persons with disabilities
- Representatives of commercial corridors (i.e., small business owners)
- Downtown or business representatives.
The non-Planning Commission members are appointed by the chair of the Planning Commission. Committee members must live or work in Saint Paul and will be appointed for a term of 3 years. The Transportation Committee currently includes the following members:
- Jim Barton
- Daniel Dunn
- Thomas Heinl
- Ian Houmas
- Bill Lindeke*
- Chris Ochs*
- John Tompkins
- Jessica Treat
- Wendy Underwood*
- Jun-Li Wang*
- Anne White
Read biographies for the current Transportation Committee members.
Current Projects and Partnerships