Friday, January 20, 2017

City Council meeting, Monday January 23, 2017

Attend in person, 2212 Beach Boulevard, 2nd floor. Or view on local television or live feed Pacific Coast TV. If you missed meetings, view on PCT26 YouTube!  The city council meeting begins at 7 p.m., or shortly there following. City Council updates and archives are available on the City Council website.   

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Item 5. InSync traffic light timing
Closed session, none. 
Open session, 7 p.m. Call to order, roll call, salute to flag (led by American Legion).  Closed Session Report. 
Special presentations. Sam Trans/Flex Trans. InSync traffic technology (Jesse Manning). 
Consent calendar
1.     Approval of payment disbursements, report. a) 12/16/16 - 12/31/16.
2.     Approval of Minutes, report. a) 1/9/17.
3.     Wet Weather Equalization Basin Project:  amendment 2 to Terraphase Engineering (consultant) to complete additional studies for the CEQA environmental evaluation phase, $19,933 (Wastewater Capital Improvement budget 2016-17, total $93,783), report.  a) Contract, pdf pages 15.
4.     Senior Services San Mateo County, Request for Proposal (RFP) 2017-2021 response.   Communications - Public (Oral); City Council; City Staff.  Public hearings, none. 
5.     Installation of InSync Adaptive System by Rhythm Engineering, Highway 1 and Reina Del Mar Avenue, and Highway 1 and Fassler Avenue, report.
6.     Accept CA Marijuana businesses legislative regulation report, and request Council direction, report, pdf pages 9. a)  Colorado health institute, pdf pages 20. b)  Commercial business, City Hall Listens. c)  Pacifica (3 PPP) survey. d)  San Mateo County survey.
Reference, Item 5.  Rhythm Engineering website.  InSync, video 6:21 minutes,"Real-Time Adaptive Traffic Control."  Note photograph: internet image to the InSync video.

Posted by Kathy Meeh

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

fake Hwy 1 fix. Light timing won't work. A couple of city council members refuse to reduce the commute hassles and safety concerns of thousands of Pacificans.

From the report: Rhythm Engineering, however, notes that In-Sync is not the solution to the peak-hour traffic along Highway 1. Peak-hour traffic is driven primarily by the traffic volume exceeding highway capacity.