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Portland/Vancouver Funding Forum

May 9, 2006

8:30 AM to 4:00 PM Washington Department of Transportation, Southwest
Region 11018 NE 51st Circle Vancouver, WA 98682

In
Partnership with Western Regional Air Partnership, Southwest Washington
Regional Transportation Council, Portland Metro, Oregon Department of
Environmental Quality, Washington Department of Ecology, Oregon Department
of Transportation, and the Federal Highway Administration

Agenda

  • Welcome and Introductions
     
  • Opening Remarks
    • U.S. EPA, Region
      10 , Oregon Operations Office
      Socorro Rodriguez,
      Director
    • Southwest
      Washington Clean Air Agency
      Bob Elliott , Director
    • Portland Metro
      Andy Cotugno, Planning Director
       
  • Session I: Setting the Stage
  • Session
    II: Emission Reduction Strategies for
    Existing Diesel Engines

    • Review
      of Technologies, Fuels, and Operational
      Considerations
      Tom Timbario and Bruce Bertelson,
      Emissions Advantage
    • Diesel
      Emission Reduction Fuels: Biodiesel,
      ULSD, LNG/CNG
      Kim Lyons, Alternative Fuels Specialist
       
  • Session III: State
    and Local Diesel Emission Reduction

  • Networking Lunch
     
  • Session
    IV: Overview of Federal Voluntary, Incentive,
    and Funding Transportation Programs

  • Session V: State/Local Voluntary, Incentive,
    and Funding Transportation Programs
     
  • Funding and Options
    Breakout between Oregon & Washington – concurrent
    sessions

    • New Rules and Guidelines Relevant to
      Southwest Washington
      Mia Waters, WSDOT
    • New Rules
      and Guidelines Relevant to Oregon
      Marina
      Orlando, ODOT
       
  • Breakout Group Discussion:
    Identify next steps

     
  • Final Session: Small
    Group Reports, Adjourn

    • Summary
      of Small Group Sessions and Closing
      Remarks
      Socorro Rodriguez, EPA

   
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