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APPENDIX B Committee Meetings and Other Activities FIRST COMMITTEE MEETING December 18–19, 2008, Washington, D.C. The following presentations were made to the committee by invited speakers and individual committee members: Overview of Transportation Research Board (TRB) Special Report 285: The Fuel Tax and Alternatives for Transportation Funding Joseph Morris, TRB Future Financing Options to Meet Highway and Transit Needs Gary Maring, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. Stakeholders’ Issues and Strategies of Road Pricing Use Daniel Dornan, KPMG LLP Evaluating Transportation Equity—An Overview Todd Litman, Victoria Transport Policy Institute A Case Study in Transportation Equity Thomas Sanchez, University of Utah Thinking About Equity in Transportation Finance Brian Taylor, committee member Vox Populi: A Synthesis of Public Opinion on Tolling and Road Pricing Johanna Zmud, committee member 158
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Committee Meetings and Other Activities 159 Managed Lanes and Travel Behavior Keith Lawton, committee member Private Provision of Highways: Economic Issues Kenneth Small, committee member Long-Term Concessions: Issues Relating to Protecting the Public Interest Jeffrey Buxbaum, committee member SECOND COMMITTEE MEETING February 23–24, 2009, Irvine, California The following presentations were made to the committee by invited speakers: Equity Implications of Current Transportation Finance Mechanisms Martin Wachs, RAND Corporation Equity Outcomes: Alternative Transportation Finance David Ungemah, Texas Transportation Institute Panel Discussion with Decision Makers Panelists were asked to discuss the issues they face when deciding how to fund transportation projects, what they need by way of information and guidance, and how important equity is in the decision process. Steve Heminger, Metropolitan Transportation Commission, Oakland Richard Katz, consultant THIRD COMMITTEE MEETING May 7–8, 2009, Washington, D.C. Closed meeting for committee deliberations.
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160 Equity of Evolving Transportation Finance Mechanisms FOURTH COMMITTEE MEETING September 2–3, 2009, Washington, D.C. The committee hosted a symposium to explore transportation ﬁnance equity with experts and stakeholders. The agenda for this symposium and a list of participants are provided in Appendix D. FIFTH COMMITTEE MEETING February 4, 2010, Washington, D.C. Closed meeting for committee deliberations.