OCMoves first steering committee meeting was held on March 31 to coincide with the completion of the Measure M program. The meeting featured Kia Mortazavi, Executive Director of Planning for Orange County Transportation Authority, who reviewed the Performance Assessment for Measure M2 and provided an overview of what to expect in the upcoming programming. OCTA is currently working on two projects on the 57 freeway, and is planning for a project on the I-5. $38 million in freeway funding leftover from M1 will transfer to M2, which on its own has projected revenue of $15 billion. CLICK HERE to view the presentation.
The steering committee members also heard a presentation on the new technology available for congestion management and Intelligent Transportation Systems. The presentation was provided by OC Moves newest member, Sensys Networks and their emphasis was on leveraging and repurposing existing infrastructure to improve operation efficiency during these challenging economic times. CLICK HERE to view the presentation. For more information contact Kate Klimow, Vice President of Government Affairs.