On November 14, 2018, the CMAP Board approved changes to CMAP's committee structure to facilitate a swift transition from development and adoption of ON TO 2050 to action, thus assuring implementation of the plan. The result is the establishment of a singular Coordinating Committee that will allow members to consider development of interconnected policy, programming, and planning projects.
CMAP's Coordinating (formerly known as Planning and Programming) Committee is made up of representatives from the Board and the five working committees. The Coordinating Committee reports to the Board, and is responsible for both local implementation and regional policy challenges. In 2019, the Committee will meet on the second Wednesday at 8:00 a.m., prior to the CMAP Board meeting.