2020/2021 Transportation & Utilities Committee

The purpose of the Transportation & Utilities Committee is to provide policy direction and oversight and to deliberate and make recommendations on legislative matters relating to: the operations of the Seattle Department of Transportation; transportation issues and projects affecting the City of Seattle including transit service, policies, and planning; pedestrian and bicycle programs and planning; transportation system maintenance and repair; traffic control; use of the City right-of-way including permits and vacations; parking policies; neighborhood transportation planning; and freight mobility planning; coordination of transportation issues and representation of the City's interests on transportation with the federal government, the State of Washington, King County, Sound Transit, and the Puget Sound Regional Council; and water, drainage, wastewater, and solid waste services provided by Seattle Public Utilities (SPU), including SPU environmental services and utility rates, regional water resources, endangered species recovery plans, waterway cleanup, and green stormwater infrastructure; City information technology planning, implementation, and organization; cable telecommunications services and planning; broadband telecommunications planning and implementation; technology grants; Seattle Channel; seattle.gov; and citizen technology literacy and access; Seattle City Light, including but not limited to City Light finances, energy utility rates, resource matters, energy policy, regional matters, air pollution regulations, and alternative energy sources.

Transportation & Utilities Committee 3/4/20
Transportation & Utilities Committee
3/4/202031:24

Agenda: Executive Session to obtain legal advice on Proclamation of Civil Emergency issued by Mayor Jenny Durkan; King County news conference on coronavirus.

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Transportation & Utilities Committee Special Meeting 9/25/20

In-person attendance is currently prohibited per Washington State Governor's Proclamation No. 20-28.9, through October 1, 2020. Meeting participation is limited to access by telephone conference line and Seattle Channel online.

Agenda: Public Comment; Res 31971:  Resolution relating to the City Light Department - Transportation Electrification Strategic Investment Plan; . CB 119895: Ordinance relating to the City Light Department - incentive programs in the electrification of transportation ; Amendment to SMC 21.49.090: Relating to efficient and timely deployment of electric vehicle charging sites;  CB 119899: Ordinance relating to the City Light Department - Open Access Transmission Tariff;  CB 119898:  Ordinance relating to the City Light Department - Net Wholesale Revenue targets.

Transportation & Utilities Committee 9/16/20

In-person attendance is currently prohibited per Washington State Governor's Proclamation No. 20-28.9, through October 1, 2020. Meeting participation is limited to access by telephone conference line and Seattle Channel online.

Agenda: Chair's Report; Public Comment; Information Technology Department report on existing and proposed short-term solutions to increase internet access; Presentation by Seattle Office of City Auditor: Strategic Approach to Vehicle Bridge Maintenance is Warranted; CB 119870: relating to the City Light Department - Boundary Hydroelectric Project; CB 119857: relating to the City Light Department - residents of Diablo and Newhalem communities; CB 119871: relating to the City Light Department - net metering; CB 119885: relating to the City Light Department - voluntary renewable energy program options; CB 119883: 2020 Budget and Capital Improvement Program - Madison BRT.

Transportation & Utilities Committee 8/19/20

In-person attendance is currently prohibited per Washington State Governor's Proclamation No. 20-28.8 through September 1, 2020. Meeting participation is limited to access by telephone conference line and Seattle Channel online. 

Agenda: Chair's Report; Public Comment; Appointments to the Seattle School Traffic Safety Committee, Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board; CB 119858: relating to the financing of the West Seattle Bridge Immediate Response project; CB 119865: relating to street and sidewalk use; CB 119867: relating to the City's traffic code; CB 119868: relating to use of City right-of-way by free-floating scooters; CB 119745: University of Washington pedestrian skybridges; CB 119866: relating to Seattle Public Utilities. 

Transportation & Utilities Committee 3/4/20

Agenda: Public Comment; Appointments and Reappointments to Community Technology Advisory Board, Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board; Briefing on Street Vacations and Term Permits; CB 119745: UW pedestrian skybridges; CB 119742: Whittaker Alley Vacation; Res 31932: relating to City Light Department.

Transportation & Utilities Committee Special Meeting 3/4/20

Agenda: Executive Session to obtain legal advice on Proclamation of Civil Emergency issued by Mayor Jenny Durkan; King County news conference on coronavirus.

Transportation & Utilities Committee 2/19/20

Agenda: Public Comment; Res 31932: relating to the City Light Department; CB 119741: relating to Sound Transit; CB 119743: relating to grant funds from non-City sources; CB 119744: relating to Seattle Department of Transportation's Hazard Mitigation Program.

Transportation & Utilities Committee 2/5/20

Agenda: Public Comment; Seattle Information Technology (Seattle IT) overview and discussion; Appointment to Levy to Move Seattle Oversight Committee; Move Seattle Presentation; Seattle City Light Climate Adaptation Plan.

Transportation & Utilities Committee 1/15/20

Agenda: Public Comment; Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) overview and discussion; Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) overview and discussion; Seattle City Light (SCL) overview and discussion.