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A Framework for Considering Climate Change in Transportation and Land Use Scenario Planning

Appendix H: Scenario Planning Workshop Agenda

Cape Cod Land Use, Transportation & Climate Change

Scenario Planning Workshop

November 15 & 16, 2010

Falmouth Public Library, 300 Main Street, Falmouth, MA 02540

Monday, November 15

12:45 PM Registration

1:00 PM Welcome - Ben Rasmussen, Volpe Center

1:10 PM Federal Introductions

Becky Lupes and Aung Gye, Federal Highway Administration

Amanda Rutherford, Kevin Percival, Peter Steele, National Park Service

Steve Suder, Fish and Wildlife Service

1:25 PM State of the Cape - Paul Niedzwiecki, Cape Cod Commission

1:55 PM Priority Ranking Ken Snyder, PlaceMatters

Brainstorming and keypad polling on top issues affecting Cape Cod

2:15 PM Lightning Talks: Issues Affecting Cape Cod's Future

2:45 PM Break

3:00 PM Presentation of 5 Pre-run Scenarios - Doug Walker, Placeways

3:45 PM Regional Vision Mapping Exercise (rotation around 4 stations)

4:30 PM Wrap-up Session (reconvene as large group) - Ken Snyder, PlaceMatters

5:00 PM Adjourn

Tuesday, November 16

9:20 AM Registration

9:30 AM Welcome, Logistics, Recap of Monday - Ben Rasmussen, Volpe Center

9:50 AM Preview of Scenario Planning Exercises - Placeways and PlaceMatters

10:00 AM Break (participants go to assigned work station)

10:10 AM Scenario Planning Exercises

Exercise 1: Where and How to Grow?

Exercise 2: Transportation Options

12:00 PM LUNCH (Preferred Scenario Working Group begins to meet)

1:00 PM Programs and Policies Aimed at Reducing GHG Emissions

2:20 PM Break

2:40 PM Large Group Reconvenes

3:00 PM Preferred Scenario

4:20 PM Wrap-up Session

5:00 PM Adjourn

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