Committee Updates

Committee Updates

Learn the latest from CMAP's Board and committees. Read about timely developments, upcoming topics, and highlights from recent meetings. Please see the archive for previous committee updates.

October update

Virtual meeting of the CMAP Board and MPO Policy Committee

Join a virtual meeting of the CMAP Board and MPO Policy Committee on October 13 at 9:30 a.m. CMAP staff will seek approval of the federal fiscal year 2022–2026 STP Shared Fund and CMAQ and TAP-L programs, and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendments for these projects. Members will receive a presentation on the Illinois Department of Transportation’s (IDOT) data-driven decisions tool. Staff will also present on CMAP’s potential Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance program and provide an update on CMAP’s state and federal legislative agendas.

Committee meeting recordings

Recent CMAP committee meetings are available on our YouTube site.

Committee updates

Agenda items are subject to change. To check meeting agendas and access all committee materials, visit www.cmap.illinois.gov/committees.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force
Meets next on Wednesday, December 1, at 1:00 p.m.

At the September 15 meeting of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force, members received a presentation on RTA’s Interagency Signage program. The program is a collaborative effort with the Regional Transportation Authority and its service boards (Metra, CTA, and Pace) to provide a series of signs, maps, route diagrams, and schedules to help riders more easily navigate the regional transit system. Maggie Czerwinski (Active Transportation Alliance) and Tim Gustafson (Epstein) also provided an overview of the Lake Calumet Trail Feasibility Study. The study identified the feasibility of a multi-use trail over Lake Calumet to better connect local neighborhoods via bicycle and pedestrian paths along the shore of Lake Calumet to Big Marsh Park, Pullman National Monument, and many other destinations on the south side of Chicago.

Board 
Meets next on Wednesday, October 13, at 9:30 a.m.

At the October 13 meeting, the Board will meet jointly with the MPO Policy Committee. Staff will seek Board and MPO Policy Committee approval of the federal fiscal year 2022–2026 STP Shared Fund and CMAQ and TAP-L programs that were available for public comment from July 1 through July 30, 2021. Approval of Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendments for these programs will also be requested. 

Members will receive a presentation on IDOT’s data-driven decisions tool. The presentation will highlight the ways agencies can determine investment decisions for capacity projects throughout the region. Staff will present on CMAP’s potential Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance program and provide an update on CMAP’s state and federal legislative agendas. 

At the September 8 meeting, the Nominating Subcommittee of the Board requested approval of six officers to serve as members of the Executive Committee of the Board. CMAP staff also sought Board approval on CMAP’s committee restructure. The restructure would enable the agency to continue to conduct its business, serve as a regional convener in support of ON TO 2050, and maintain transparency. The Board deferred action on this item for a future meeting. Staff presented on the region’s mobility and economic recovery from COVID-19. The Board also received a presentation on the Future Leaders in Planning program, as well as an update on CMAP's state and federal legislative agendas

Citizens’ Advisory Committee
Meets next on Tuesday, December 14, at 2:00 p.m. 

At the June 8 meeting of the Citizens’ Advisory Committee, CMAP staff presented results from the Water Demand Forecast and the upcoming update to it. Members learned about CMAP’s FY2022 climate work plan, which outlines climate-based topics for the upcoming year. Staff presented on a transportation modeling project that examines strategies to reduce emissions from the transportation sector. The committee also received an update on CMAP’s air quality conformity analysis, and had an opportunity to discuss and provide feedback on key recommendations from the Prairie Path and Taft Avenue Corridor Plan.

Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement Program Project Selection Committee
Meets next on Thursday, October 28, at 11:00 a.m.

At the September 9 meeting, staff reported on a summary of public comments received in July during the STP, CMAQ, and TAP-L call for projects. The committee approved the draft FFY 2022-2026 CMAQ and TAP-L programs as presented for Transportation Committee consideration. Staff also presented regular status updates for active and deferred CMAQ- and TAP-L-funded projects. The committee approved project change requests for ten projects. 

Coordinating Committee
Meets next on Wednesday, November 10, at 8:00 a.m. 

At the June 9 meeting, staff presented on the ON TO 2050 plan update. The presentation provided an overview of the nine component projects that are proceeding to complete this update. Staff led a workshop on the lifecycle of a Local Technical Assistance project. The workshop provided examples of several Local Technical Assistance projects at different stages of the planning process to support members’ understanding of their role in the project lifecycle. 

Council of Mayors Executive Committee
Meets next on Tuesday, October 19, at 9:30 a.m. 

At the July 20 meeting, the Council of Mayors Executive Committee received a summary of the staff-recommended CMAQ, TAP-L, and STP Shared Fund programs that were available for public comment from July 1 through July 30, 2021. The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) provided an overview of a new performance-based process for allocating capital funds to service boards. The new process was considered by the RTA Board at the July 15 meeting, following a public comment period. Mayor Kevin Burns of Geneva presented an overview of the Metropolitan Mayors Caucus’ new Regional Climate Action Plan and discussed how municipalities could use the plan to improve climate resilience. Lastly, staff provided an update on the Local Government Network initiative and recent progress on the agency’s legislative priorities at the state and federal levels. 

Economic Development Committee
October meeting canceled 

At the June 28 meeting, Robin Schabes with the Chicago Community Loan Fund presented on the Chicagoland Opportunity Zones Consortium, a partnership to facilitate equitable investments through matchmaking, education, and technical support. CMAP staff also discussed initial findings on the prevalence of local development incentives in the region, as well as the start of a local government consortium to collaborate on related best practices.

Environment and Natural Resources Committee
November meeting canceled

At the July 1 meeting of the Environment and Natural Resources Committee, Jen Jenkins from The Nature Conservancy (TNC) presented on StormStore, a partnership between TNC and the Metropolitan Planning Council. The StormStore team is seeking partners and projects within the Little Calumet and Lower Des Plaines watersheds to participate in a stormwater trading pilot, aimed at helping developers comply with stormwater management regulations by developing facilities offsite, but within the same watershed, through 2024. In addition, CMAP staff presented on the Northern Lakeshore Trail Connectivity Plan, a recently completed Local Technical Assistance project focused on bike and pedestrian improvements to northern regional trails. Staff also presented on the Equitable Engagement Program, a program created to support the agency’s efforts in pursuing equity in future projects. 

Freight Committee
December meeting canceled 
At the May 17 meeting, staff presented on CMAP’s call for projects for the Surface Transportation Program-Shared Fund, Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program, and local Transportation Alternatives Program projects. The presentation focused on the types of applications received and the project selection timeline. David Schaller of the North American Council for Freight Efficiency provided the committee with an update on commercial freight trucking electrification. The presentation focused on the development of electric trucks and green infrastructure within the trucking industry. The committee also received a presentation on the Chicago Department of Transportation’s update on two freight studies: the Chicago Rail Futures II Study and the Chicago Southwest Industrial Corridors Study

Human and Community Development Committee
October meeting canceled

At the June 8 meeting, CMAP staff presented recent research on best practices and the prevalence of local incentive use. CMAP has developed a handbook of best practices for incentive use in northeastern Illinois. Additionally, CMAP is currently developing a report on incentive use in the region, including how many communities in the region use incentives. Staff also presented an update on the Lemont Downtown Parking Study, a Local Technical Assistance project that will make recommendations on strategies to actively manage parking, encourage transit-supportive land uses, and enhance the integration and connectivity of the transportation system. 

Land Use and Housing Committee
October meeting canceled 

At the June 1 meeting, CMAP staff presented on best practices for local incentive use. Topics included CMAP’s recently published incentives handbook for local governments, upcoming report on the prevalence of local incentives in northeastern Illinois, and the initialization of a local government consortium to collaborate on best practices. CMAP staff then provided an update on the Garfield Green Line South project. CMAP is working with Elevated Chicago, community groups, and the Regional Transportation Authority to update the Community Work Plan with the specific goal of continuing the progress of turning the station into a community asset.

Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Policy Committee
Meets jointly with the Board on Wednesday, October 13, at 9:30 a.m.

At the October 13 meeting, the MPO Policy Committee will meet jointly with the CMAP Board. Staff will seek Board and MPO Policy Committee approval of the federal fiscal year 2022–2026 STP Shared Fund and CMAQ and TAP-L programs that were available for public comment from July 1 through July 30, 2021. Approval of Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendments for these programs will also be requested.

Members will receive a presentation on IDOT’s data-driven decisions tool. The presentation will highlight the ways agencies can determine investment decisions for capacity projects throughout the region. Staff will present on CMAP’s potential Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance program and provide an update on CMAP’s state and federal legislative agendas.

At the June 10 meeting, the MPO Policy Committee approved the semi-annual conformity determination and certified that the metropolitan transportation planning process complies with certain federal requirements. CMAP staff provided an overview of the nine component projects of the ON TO 2050 plan update. CMAP is federally required to update certain elements of the region’s long-range plan every four years, which must be adopted by the CMAP Board and the MPO Policy Committee by October 2022. Staff also provided an update on the Safety Action Agenda and the most recent Safety Resource Group meeting. 

Surface Transportation Program (STP) Project Selection Committee
Meets next on Thursday, October 28, at 9:30 a.m.

At the September 9 meeting, staff provided a summary of public comments received for the FFY 2022-2026 STP-Shared Fund recommended program, which was approved by the committee. Members received regular status update reports for the Shared Fund active and contingency programs. Staff provided a regional accounting update, summarizing the status of available, programmed, and obligated STP funds for the region, through August 31, 2021. Lastly, members received a presentation on Title IV of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA). CMAP has developed guidance for the programming and management of these funds. Staff provided highlights on the next steps for programming the $5,330,928 allocated to the STP Project Selection Committee. 

At the July 1 meeting, the staff-recommended FFY2022–2026 STP Shared Fund active and contingency programs were presented and released for public comment through July 30, 2021. The committee also approved the addition of a representative from the Federal Transit Administration as an advisory member of the committee. Regular status update reports for the Shared Fund active and contingency programs and a regional accounting update were also provided to the committee. 

Tier II Consultation Committee
Tier II Consultation Committee meetings are held on call. The next meeting will likely take place in late October.

At the May 25 meeting, the committee discussed the status of ozone nonattainment for both the 2008 and 2015 Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). The region is classified as serious for the 2008 NAAQS and moderate for the 2015 NAAQS. Depending on this summer’s ozone season, the region will either attain the 2008 NAAQS or get bumped up to severe next year. It is highly unlikely the region will attain the 2015 ozone NAAQS and will likely get bumped to serious in the next two years. The committee also discussed a new mobile emissions model from the EPA, MOVES3, a method for estimating greenhouse gas mobile source emissions for large transportation projects, and Carbon Monoxide Hot-Spot Analysis requirements.

Transportation Committee 
Meets next on Friday, November 19, at 9:30 a.m.

At the September 24 meeting, the committee approved the proposed FFY 2022–2026 CMAQ, TAP-L, and STP-Shared Fund programs. The projects were released for public comment through July 30, 2021. The committee recommended the approval of the proposed programs and TIP amendments 22-00.1, 22-00.2, and 22-00.3 to the CMAP Board and MPO Policy Committee for approval. In addition, members received an update on the ON TO 2050 plan and the Transportation GHG Reductions Strategies, a mitigation modeling project that examines the effect of alternate strategies to reduce emissions from the transportation sector. 

At the August 27 meeting, the committee approved TIP Amendment 21-08. RTA staff provided an overview of the FY2020 and FY2021 Section 5310 program and the 12 projects approved by the RTA Board in August. Lastly, members received a funding and policy overview for transportation sections of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).

Unified Work Program (UWP) Committee
Meets next on Wednesday, November 10, at 1:00 p.m.

At the September 22 meeting, committee members approved the UWP Competitive Projects Process Recommendations presented at the September 8 meeting. Members also approved the FY 2023 Competitive Program Priorities and Program Development Timeline memo.

Learn more or attend a meeting

For questions about committee meetings, please contact the staff member listed on the Committees page. Please note that any changes to committee meeting dates or times will be listed on the individual committee’s webpage.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CMAP has determined it is neither practical nor prudent to meet in person at this time. Therefore, CMAP's committees are currently meeting virtually. If a committee member or a member of the public requires a reasonable accommodation in order to join, please contact Ingrid Witherspoon at iwitherspoon@cmap.illinois.gov at least five days in advance of the meeting. 

 


 

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Committee Updates

Learn the latest from CMAP's Board and committees. Read about timely developments, upcoming topics, and highlights from recent meetings. Please see the archive for previous committee updates.

October update

Virtual meeting of the CMAP Board and MPO Policy Committee

Join a virtual meeting of the CMAP Board and MPO Policy Committee on October 13 at 9:30 a.m. CMAP staff will seek approval of the federal fiscal year 2022–2026 STP Shared Fund and CMAQ and TAP-L programs, and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendments for these projects. Members will receive a presentation on the Illinois Department of Transportation’s (IDOT) data-driven decisions tool. Staff will also present on CMAP’s potential Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance program and provide an update on CMAP’s state and federal legislative agendas.

Committee meeting recordings

Recent CMAP committee meetings are available on our YouTube site.

Committee updates

Agenda items are subject to change. To check meeting agendas and access all committee materials, visit www.cmap.illinois.gov/committees.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force
Meets next on Wednesday, December 1, at 1:00 p.m.

At the September 15 meeting of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force, members received a presentation on RTA’s Interagency Signage program. The program is a collaborative effort with the Regional Transportation Authority and its service boards (Metra, CTA, and Pace) to provide a series of signs, maps, route diagrams, and schedules to help riders more easily navigate the regional transit system. Maggie Czerwinski (Active Transportation Alliance) and Tim Gustafson (Epstein) also provided an overview of the Lake Calumet Trail Feasibility Study. The study identified the feasibility of a multi-use trail over Lake Calumet to better connect local neighborhoods via bicycle and pedestrian paths along the shore of Lake Calumet to Big Marsh Park, Pullman National Monument, and many other destinations on the south side of Chicago.

Board 
Meets next on Wednesday, October 13, at 9:30 a.m.

At the October 13 meeting, the Board will meet jointly with the MPO Policy Committee. Staff will seek Board and MPO Policy Committee approval of the federal fiscal year 2022–2026 STP Shared Fund and CMAQ and TAP-L programs that were available for public comment from July 1 through July 30, 2021. Approval of Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendments for these programs will also be requested. 

Members will receive a presentation on IDOT’s data-driven decisions tool. The presentation will highlight the ways agencies can determine investment decisions for capacity projects throughout the region. Staff will present on CMAP’s potential Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance program and provide an update on CMAP’s state and federal legislative agendas. 

At the September 8 meeting, the Nominating Subcommittee of the Board requested approval of six officers to serve as members of the Executive Committee of the Board. CMAP staff also sought Board approval on CMAP’s committee restructure. The restructure would enable the agency to continue to conduct its business, serve as a regional convener in support of ON TO 2050, and maintain transparency. The Board deferred action on this item for a future meeting. Staff presented on the region’s mobility and economic recovery from COVID-19. The Board also received a presentation on the Future Leaders in Planning program, as well as an update on CMAP's state and federal legislative agendas

Citizens’ Advisory Committee
Meets next on Tuesday, December 14, at 2:00 p.m. 

At the June 8 meeting of the Citizens’ Advisory Committee, CMAP staff presented results from the Water Demand Forecast and the upcoming update to it. Members learned about CMAP’s FY2022 climate work plan, which outlines climate-based topics for the upcoming year. Staff presented on a transportation modeling project that examines strategies to reduce emissions from the transportation sector. The committee also received an update on CMAP’s air quality conformity analysis, and had an opportunity to discuss and provide feedback on key recommendations from the Prairie Path and Taft Avenue Corridor Plan.

Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement Program Project Selection Committee
Meets next on Thursday, October 28, at 11:00 a.m.

At the September 9 meeting, staff reported on a summary of public comments received in July during the STP, CMAQ, and TAP-L call for projects. The committee approved the draft FFY 2022-2026 CMAQ and TAP-L programs as presented for Transportation Committee consideration. Staff also presented regular status updates for active and deferred CMAQ- and TAP-L-funded projects. The committee approved project change requests for ten projects. 

Coordinating Committee
Meets next on Wednesday, November 10, at 8:00 a.m. 

At the June 9 meeting, staff presented on the ON TO 2050 plan update. The presentation provided an overview of the nine component projects that are proceeding to complete this update. Staff led a workshop on the lifecycle of a Local Technical Assistance project. The workshop provided examples of several Local Technical Assistance projects at different stages of the planning process to support members’ understanding of their role in the project lifecycle. 

Council of Mayors Executive Committee
Meets next on Tuesday, October 19, at 9:30 a.m. 

At the July 20 meeting, the Council of Mayors Executive Committee received a summary of the staff-recommended CMAQ, TAP-L, and STP Shared Fund programs that were available for public comment from July 1 through July 30, 2021. The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) provided an overview of a new performance-based process for allocating capital funds to service boards. The new process was considered by the RTA Board at the July 15 meeting, following a public comment period. Mayor Kevin Burns of Geneva presented an overview of the Metropolitan Mayors Caucus’ new Regional Climate Action Plan and discussed how municipalities could use the plan to improve climate resilience. Lastly, staff provided an update on the Local Government Network initiative and recent progress on the agency’s legislative priorities at the state and federal levels. 

Economic Development Committee
October meeting canceled 

At the June 28 meeting, Robin Schabes with the Chicago Community Loan Fund presented on the Chicagoland Opportunity Zones Consortium, a partnership to facilitate equitable investments through matchmaking, education, and technical support. CMAP staff also discussed initial findings on the prevalence of local development incentives in the region, as well as the start of a local government consortium to collaborate on related best practices.

Environment and Natural Resources Committee
November meeting canceled

At the July 1 meeting of the Environment and Natural Resources Committee, Jen Jenkins from The Nature Conservancy (TNC) presented on StormStore, a partnership between TNC and the Metropolitan Planning Council. The StormStore team is seeking partners and projects within the Little Calumet and Lower Des Plaines watersheds to participate in a stormwater trading pilot, aimed at helping developers comply with stormwater management regulations by developing facilities offsite, but within the same watershed, through 2024. In addition, CMAP staff presented on the Northern Lakeshore Trail Connectivity Plan, a recently completed Local Technical Assistance project focused on bike and pedestrian improvements to northern regional trails. Staff also presented on the Equitable Engagement Program, a program created to support the agency’s efforts in pursuing equity in future projects. 

Freight Committee
December meeting canceled 
At the May 17 meeting, staff presented on CMAP’s call for projects for the Surface Transportation Program-Shared Fund, Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program, and local Transportation Alternatives Program projects. The presentation focused on the types of applications received and the project selection timeline. David Schaller of the North American Council for Freight Efficiency provided the committee with an update on commercial freight trucking electrification. The presentation focused on the development of electric trucks and green infrastructure within the trucking industry. The committee also received a presentation on the Chicago Department of Transportation’s update on two freight studies: the Chicago Rail Futures II Study and the Chicago Southwest Industrial Corridors Study

Human and Community Development Committee
October meeting canceled

At the June 8 meeting, CMAP staff presented recent research on best practices and the prevalence of local incentive use. CMAP has developed a handbook of best practices for incentive use in northeastern Illinois. Additionally, CMAP is currently developing a report on incentive use in the region, including how many communities in the region use incentives. Staff also presented an update on the Lemont Downtown Parking Study, a Local Technical Assistance project that will make recommendations on strategies to actively manage parking, encourage transit-supportive land uses, and enhance the integration and connectivity of the transportation system. 

Land Use and Housing Committee
October meeting canceled 

At the June 1 meeting, CMAP staff presented on best practices for local incentive use. Topics included CMAP’s recently published incentives handbook for local governments, upcoming report on the prevalence of local incentives in northeastern Illinois, and the initialization of a local government consortium to collaborate on best practices. CMAP staff then provided an update on the Garfield Green Line South project. CMAP is working with Elevated Chicago, community groups, and the Regional Transportation Authority to update the Community Work Plan with the specific goal of continuing the progress of turning the station into a community asset.

Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Policy Committee
Meets jointly with the Board on Wednesday, October 13, at 9:30 a.m.

At the October 13 meeting, the MPO Policy Committee will meet jointly with the CMAP Board. Staff will seek Board and MPO Policy Committee approval of the federal fiscal year 2022–2026 STP Shared Fund and CMAQ and TAP-L programs that were available for public comment from July 1 through July 30, 2021. Approval of Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendments for these programs will also be requested.

Members will receive a presentation on IDOT’s data-driven decisions tool. The presentation will highlight the ways agencies can determine investment decisions for capacity projects throughout the region. Staff will present on CMAP’s potential Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance program and provide an update on CMAP’s state and federal legislative agendas.

At the June 10 meeting, the MPO Policy Committee approved the semi-annual conformity determination and certified that the metropolitan transportation planning process complies with certain federal requirements. CMAP staff provided an overview of the nine component projects of the ON TO 2050 plan update. CMAP is federally required to update certain elements of the region’s long-range plan every four years, which must be adopted by the CMAP Board and the MPO Policy Committee by October 2022. Staff also provided an update on the Safety Action Agenda and the most recent Safety Resource Group meeting. 

Surface Transportation Program (STP) Project Selection Committee
Meets next on Thursday, October 28, at 9:30 a.m.

At the September 9 meeting, staff provided a summary of public comments received for the FFY 2022-2026 STP-Shared Fund recommended program, which was approved by the committee. Members received regular status update reports for the Shared Fund active and contingency programs. Staff provided a regional accounting update, summarizing the status of available, programmed, and obligated STP funds for the region, through August 31, 2021. Lastly, members received a presentation on Title IV of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA). CMAP has developed guidance for the programming and management of these funds. Staff provided highlights on the next steps for programming the $5,330,928 allocated to the STP Project Selection Committee. 

At the July 1 meeting, the staff-recommended FFY2022–2026 STP Shared Fund active and contingency programs were presented and released for public comment through July 30, 2021. The committee also approved the addition of a representative from the Federal Transit Administration as an advisory member of the committee. Regular status update reports for the Shared Fund active and contingency programs and a regional accounting update were also provided to the committee. 

Tier II Consultation Committee
Tier II Consultation Committee meetings are held on call. The next meeting will likely take place in late October.

At the May 25 meeting, the committee discussed the status of ozone nonattainment for both the 2008 and 2015 Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). The region is classified as serious for the 2008 NAAQS and moderate for the 2015 NAAQS. Depending on this summer’s ozone season, the region will either attain the 2008 NAAQS or get bumped up to severe next year. It is highly unlikely the region will attain the 2015 ozone NAAQS and will likely get bumped to serious in the next two years. The committee also discussed a new mobile emissions model from the EPA, MOVES3, a method for estimating greenhouse gas mobile source emissions for large transportation projects, and Carbon Monoxide Hot-Spot Analysis requirements.

Transportation Committee 
Meets next on Friday, November 19, at 9:30 a.m.

At the September 24 meeting, the committee approved the proposed FFY 2022–2026 CMAQ, TAP-L, and STP-Shared Fund programs. The projects were released for public comment through July 30, 2021. The committee recommended the approval of the proposed programs and TIP amendments 22-00.1, 22-00.2, and 22-00.3 to the CMAP Board and MPO Policy Committee for approval. In addition, members received an update on the ON TO 2050 plan and the Transportation GHG Reductions Strategies, a mitigation modeling project that examines the effect of alternate strategies to reduce emissions from the transportation sector. 

At the August 27 meeting, the committee approved TIP Amendment 21-08. RTA staff provided an overview of the FY2020 and FY2021 Section 5310 program and the 12 projects approved by the RTA Board in August. Lastly, members received a funding and policy overview for transportation sections of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).

Unified Work Program (UWP) Committee
Meets next on Wednesday, November 10, at 1:00 p.m.

At the September 22 meeting, committee members approved the UWP Competitive Projects Process Recommendations presented at the September 8 meeting. Members also approved the FY 2023 Competitive Program Priorities and Program Development Timeline memo.

Learn more or attend a meeting

For questions about committee meetings, please contact the staff member listed on the Committees page. Please note that any changes to committee meeting dates or times will be listed on the individual committee’s webpage.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CMAP has determined it is neither practical nor prudent to meet in person at this time. Therefore, CMAP's committees are currently meeting virtually. If a committee member or a member of the public requires a reasonable accommodation in order to join, please contact Ingrid Witherspoon at iwitherspoon@cmap.illinois.gov at least five days in advance of the meeting. 

 


 

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