****This committee met for the last time on February 1, 2017. This plan will now be forwarded to Council for consideration.
Scope of Work
The downtown parking and circulation study ad hoc advisory committee will work with the City’s hired consultant to evaluate findings and recommendations regarding downtown parking management, truck loading zones, travel demand management and other transportation alternatives identified in the transportation system master plan.  The committee will review information and data collected by the consultant, and identify, prioritize and provide input to the consultant on goals and concerns relating to these issues.  Specific issues within the committee’s purview include, but are not limited to:
  • Parking management (pricing, signage, structures, turnover, etc.) strategy
  • Delivery management strategy
  • Multi-modal (bike parking, bike lanes, transit, pedestrian travel and safety)
  • Downtown streetscape recommendations
The advisory committee will provide critical planning and policy input that will guide the City to defining goals, objectives that maintains or improves the economic vitality of Ashland’s downtown core. 
The committee meetings shall be governed by the City of Ashland uniform policies and operating procedures for advisory boards and commissions (AMC Chapter 2.10). 
The advisory committee will use the objectives contained in the transportation element of comprehensive plan and the adopted transportation system plan to evaluate potential policies, programs and/or solutions.
The advisory committee chair shall make sure that each meeting agenda includes time for public input.

Established Meetings Length of Term
November 2013 **this committee has wrapped up its work** 18 months

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