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My name is sequoia and welcome to our fifth equity equity Advisory Roundtable meeting.
I'm the Associate Deputy Director of Equity and engagement with the planning team at the California Transportation Commission.
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So the first item on our agenda today is a roll call to established what's Roundtable members are present.
With that.
I will please ask Bridget driller to call the roll.
It's nice to be with you all today.
I am going to read through the roll to see which Roundtable members have joined us so far this morning.
So if you're present, if you could just come up with mute and let me know.
So first on my list, I have Connie's.
Connie Stuart.
Next I have Yvette Torres.
I'm here.
Good morning of it.
Next is Jasmine leak.
That's going will be joining us a little bit later.
Got it.
Next is Girard, right.
Let's good at birth salt.
Good morning, everybody.
Hope it's a good day for you.
Thanks, Keith.
Think I ever do.
Are you there?
I'm here.
Can you hear me, Bridget?
Yes, I can.
Thank you.
Thank you.
Unless I Sanders.
Leslie Sanders.
Let him run a sorry TO.
Randy tourism and black morning, everyone.
I'm here from San Diego.
Randy osha.
Rodney, phone.
Russell Rawlings.
Russell Rawlings.
Next is Stephanie Ramirez.
Good morning.
Thanks, Stephanie.
Unless Tamika Butler, I'm here.
Good morning.
Thanks to Mika.
And that concludes the role I'll give it back to say a quick.
Thank you.
And thanks everyone again for.
Joining us.
This morning.
I think I saw our interpreter puppet Erasmus.
This is Claudia, Spanish interpreter and Claudian land grin and shade.
Roman Coase, who will be your interpreters for today.
And we are already interpreting simultaneously in.
The Spanish line.
Thank you.
Thank you so much.
Do we have our ASL interpreter back on the line?
All right.
Sorry about that.
For folks who were interpreter, ASL, I don't know if you can see me.
I saw you pop in for a brief second and now you're out.
Here we go.
Would you mind turning off your mic?
I will do that.
Thank you so much.
So we'll move on to tab to welcoming and reflections from previous meetings.
So I'm joined today by genie work Waller Caltrans, Deputy Director of Planning and modal.
Who's writing me to offer some welcoming remarks and reflections on previous meetings.
However, before I pass it off to Genie, I'd like to start us off with a moment of reflection and intention for this Roundtable, needing.
I would like to start by expressing my sincere gratitude for you all the Roundtable members for continuing to show up and support this work with your energy and your time.
Thank you for being here today and for supporting us and efforts outside of our official meeting spaces as well.
We all know that the goals of improving equitable outcomes within our transportation policy programs, infrastructure and systems requires a great deal of patience and tenacity.
And I deeply appreciate your commitment to being a part of this with all of us.
As we, as we move forward with imagining the next phase of the work of this equity Advisory Body.
I remain hopeful knowing that there are a growing number of dedicated community members who contribute every day to improve the lives of all Californians.
Additionally, I would say I like to say.
Thank you to our planning team and to CTC Staff for supporting the Marriott of tasks required to making these convenings possible.
I think you all and our partners as well who are on the line.
I think you all for your patience and dedication to these efforts.
And again, I'm grateful for the translators who support us and making sure that our meetings are accessible beyond this space and welcome.
And thank you to our commissioners and esteemed guests who are in attendance today.
Thank you.
With that, I will pass it on to Genie.
Good morning, sequoia.
And good morning.
Roundtable members and commissioners and staff on the line.
Really great to see you always terrific to hold this space and have time to hear from you and share with you what we've been up to since the last roundtable meetings.
We have been very busy with the new federal infrastructure Bill implementation.
I think you all are aware that back in November, congress passed and the President signed a large package, large infusion of funds to our transportation infrastructure.
So since that time, Cal State has kicked off and is leading a big transportation working group to talk about, you know, how we broadly want to implement this new funding and make sure it's really aligned with California as goals and priorities.
In addition, Caltrans.
Has taken a leadership on a number of sub working groups.
And we've actually got 12 of them, 12 or 13.
We kind of go back and forth.
But a number of different policy areas and focus areas that we're that we're talking about and working with partners and stakeholders on.
You know, determining what the priorities should be in terms of how that funding is invested.
I will say that equity and environmental justice is coming up in every sub working group.
So a mara and I have been having a lot of heart discussions about how do we make sure that we really have a strong equity.
Lens in our implementation and focus across all of the policy areas.
And also we've been asked to convene, you know, one group that is really focused on lifting up equity.
It's a big, I think it's a big challenge for us to figure out how do we do this.
Make sure that equity is a strong focus.
You know, broadly and that we've got some guiding principles and it is also a topic area that you know, every policy group, every subgroup is really on talking about and embracing and advancing as a priority lens.
So I want to acknowledge and some of you are probably.
Following this process.
I'm trying to participate.
I know you are that this is a difficult and time-consuming process, so we would like to hear from you if there's space at some point, you know, in the agenda today or towards the end with a comment period, we'd really like to hear from you directly.
I know is, you know, happy to just entertain comments and questions at anytime on how we can make this process as accessible as possible to all of you, to other groups and communities in the space that we want to make sure our focus and a priority in terms of.
How we're implementing this funding.
So just a couple of more things on that.
We are going to engage our Native American Advisory Committee.
The next meeting, because there is some really specific tribal government focus in the bill.
So we want to use that space, working with our Native American liaison brings.
French to have, you know, have a forum specifically with tribes.
And then a mark.
Also we talked about preparing a survey and putting out a survey to get some general thoughts from folks before we try to convene a working group.
Because again.
It's a bit overwhelming to think about how do we make sure equity is strongly showing up in every policy area.
But, you know, really pleased to see that the federal government is putting equity at the forefront.
They have identified their justice 40 policy priority and What they are also want to ensure that a lot of this funding is being spent in communities that have been divided and really underserved by transportation infrastructure.
So that's terrific to see.
I think that just supports how important this is to us in california.
And there's also, you may be aware of reconnecting communities.
Program, pilot program that is specifically getting a billion dollars out of the federal infrastructure bill.
And the first round, the first cycle of that program, the no Fo or call for projects is going to be coming out this spring, which is sooner than we actually thought.
We're already starting to prepare, working with our districts on preparing some planning grants to try again and see if we can get some of that funding for California there similarly, and I think it's good timing.
There's reconnecting communities are highway so Boulevard and spending identified in the state.
Budget proposal.
In the governor's budget and January so that I think dovetails really nice and gives us an opportunity in California to leverage some state funding investment, assuming that budget package, the state budget package gets approved by the Legislature, you know, we can use some of that funding to leverage the federal reconnecting communities funds.
So we've been doing a lot of work and thinking internal took Caltrans, you know, we don't have any of these resources yet, but we're trying to figure out how we can build up a program internally so we can make sure that California and our and our priority communities in California really are benefiting from that program.
In particular.
So stay tuned out.
We'd loved to have more discussion about that in the future.
And we weren't successful last year and getting the federal planning gland grant that we applied for.
But we are looking for other ways to fund and build up that program.
So that's all on the federal infrastructure bill.
It's really exciting.
I think we're looking at it as this key opportunity for California to transform or transportation infrastructure or make it clean.
Megan much more equitable and sustainable.
So it's truly exciting time.
And we do want to make sure that our working group process and our implementation.
Process is accessible and that we're really putting equity at the forefront.
I don't want to say a lot.
I know one of the items on the agenda is about the Equity Listening Sessions that Community Listening Sessions Carolyn is gonna talk about that later.
But we're making progress there.
I think so.
You know, working on.
I'm making sure we have strong relationships and engagement in the communities before we get those scheduled.
So that's taking more time.
Understandably, communities are really struggling right now with a pandemic with, you know, all of the many things that are challenging right now.
So we are taking a little bit more time to make sure.
Well-connected and have those relationships established.
But in the meantime, we did have to really successful training, facilitation training sessions with a lot of our agency officials, including leadership at Cal sta Caltrans, and I think all or nearly all of the CTC commissioners.
So I'm really terrific to see.
I'm just trying to get all of our leadership really in the right frame of mind for active listening.
And those Sessions and also learn about really trauma-informed approaches to working with communities.
The last thing I want to mention that as we've got a lot of really exciting research projects going on with our core program.
So it's great to have the support of our research program internal to Caltrans.
And I think we're thinking about next year what research we want to initiate and proposing some.
Good ideas going forward to build off the work we've already been doing, like the Listening Sessions.
So I'm just wanted you all to be aware of that.
And yeah.
Going on our core team is super busy and just want to appreciate them.
Amar, Carolyn and the team, and all the work with you, sequoia and the team at CTC.
As well.
It's just been really terrific partner and I'm dedicated so much time and energy to our collective equity work.
I'll stop there and pass it back to you.
Thank you.
Jeannie and Amartya and yes, Carolyn and everyone who's been really critical to making all this happen, It's gonna be a big gear this year, so I'm glad that we get to start with this.
With this group and kind of start blossoming from here with our, with our folks and partners.
So finally, I want to remind everyone that this meeting is open to the public and will be taking public comment on each item after Roundtable members.
Concluded their questions and discussions.
So now we'll move to tab three, October 28th, 2021, Roundtable Meeting Minutes.
And I'll turn to Bridget.
Thanks for debt.
So I will be presenting the meeting minutes from our last round table meeting.
The meeting for the Minutes were shared with the meeting materials that were published online on January 24th, and the Minutes summarize October 28th meeting and are intended to provide.
I'd information.
So I wanted to just ask if there are any suggested edits or questions about the Meeting Minutes.
And I will first ask if any Roundtable members would like to speak on this item.
I'm not seeing anyone come off mute.
Are there any commissioners who have comments on this item?
If not, I'll ask Justin if there are any comments on the Spanish line.
I will let the Spanish interpreters can confirm whether or not there are attendees on the Spanish line looking to make comment.
You see?
No, I in St.
moment in linear spaniel.
I think she let us know that there's no comments on the Spanish line.
I'm trying I say trying to remember my standards.
There's no any the Spanish land right now that wants to make a comb and I apologize.
I got confused.
That's okay.
Thank you.
Justin, Are there any public comments?
Bridget, there is no public comment at this time.
Thank you.
Thank you.
All right.
And that concludes this item.
I will turn it back to sequoia.
Thank you.
You get asked yet.
So forth.
Tab four, we will turn to a march said California Department of Transportation race, an Equity Program Manager, and Carolyn, a Browns Caltrans priority population.
Relations Program Manager, who are joining us today to provide updates regarding the upcoming statewide Equity Listening Sessions.
Thank you, both.
I'll turn it to you.
Thank you.
Appreciate it.
Do you want me to just kick us off or do you want to hop in with anything?
Well, good morning, everyone.
Carolyn Abrams, Priority Populations Program Manager with Core.
As Jamie mentioned, we did.
You want to just bring you all up to speed and give a quick update about where we are with the Listening Sessions.
So I'll dive right in.
Next slide, please.
So a couple of things.
So we have realized that in our efforts to build partnerships with a lot of the CBOs in the communities.
We've been running into an issue of limited capacity, which I think is understandable considering the pandemic and the strain that's been placed on some of our CBOs and also So just the shift in priorities.
But also I think we've been trying to recognize the fact that there's potentially some skepticism partnering with our Agency or just some hesitancy around that.
So keeping in mind that we've been reaching out to CBOs that are more grassroots.
I really connected with the communities.
I think they also are perhaps looking at our agencies like, well, you know, we want to make sure that this is a good partnership before diving in.
So I frame it that way just to let you know that as a result of that, we've been shifting our timeline.
So originally we we envision these sessions to be held.
In January or February, and now we're tentatively planning for late March and early April.
So for the time being, internally with our team, we have some holds on the calendar and we're working to make sure that those are feasible dates and we've mapped out more options than will need.
So that way when we do start working with.
Some of these local partners, we at least have some options to like to choose from.
And then on top of that, options to accommodate the schedules for our agency leadership and things like that.
So that being said, we've also put in a request to extend our contract.
So rather than the contractor.
Originally wrapping up in June, that'll wrap up around October.
That's more of just the administrative side of things.
Not as not as critical, but in terms of the CBO outreach itself, we have had some success with local organizations up in Lake County and also Kern County that are willing and able.
To support this work.
So we are moving forward with getting those contracts into place to make sure that we can compensate those organizations.
And then in order to supplement this process and recognizing the fact that we may not be able to necessarily partner or find an organization to partner with for all of the six sessions, we've.
Decided to shift a bit and also bring in our MPO's to help coordinate and support some of the outreach.
So we're hoping that given the existing networks and sort of infrastructure that the MPO's have, it would be able to lend itself well to disseminating the information about the Listening Sessions, perhaps notifying CBOs that they work with.
Other individuals and members that participate in their regular meetings, things like that.
And then I know that this group has been brought up to speed in terms of the initial idea that we had to do site visits.
And some of these open forums.
And we were originally envisioning doing those in tandem with the listening.
Thanks Sessions.
And at this point, we've realized that given the scope of our contract, technically can't do that.
So again, we're pivoting a bit.
And I think this will, in the long run be a better strategy anyway, but we would like to have our Listening Sessions be an initial starting point.
So we recognize there are only six of them.
It's a limited number to really even begin reaching out to our Priority Populations.
So that being said, after we conduct these six Listening Sessions, the vision is that when this contract ends, we can begin identifying other communities or perhaps the same six communities and doing site visits.
And holding other open forums, ideally in partnership with some standing meetings or some standing, whether it's virtual or in-person platforms.
So that way we can continue to build these relationships.
And ideally this would be more of a long-term effort where we continue to have.
When dialogue with communities, open dialogue with advocates.
And we have more of that two-way communication with our agencies.
And so that being said, we plan to partner still with CTC and Cal sta moving forward.
And so we are thinking perhaps late 2022, this would allow us to increase the geographic.
Graphic representation beyond just the successions that we're conducting.
And then also, these would ideally be open sessions or anybody from the public to participate.
We wouldn't have to worry so much about an creating a more intentional space where we have to limit the Participation.
In order to actually have a conversation.
So those are some of the ideas that are in the works that we're planning towards.
And we're using these Listening Sessions as a springboard to get us there.
Okay, next slide.
Just a reminder.
So these haven't changed, but these are the six geographic locations that we're looking at.
So we have East Bay, current county, Imperial Valley, Inland Empire, Los Angeles port side, and also Lake County.
And then you'll see in parentheses the more specific.
Communities that we're looking to focus on.
And I will say the caveat with that is these are virtual sessions.
And so geographically speaking, there's not a substantial limitation.
So for example, in Lake County, you know, folks beyond, you know, it's a smaller population, it's a rural area.
So, you know.
Now if somebody didn't necessarily live in Lake port Kelsey ville or Clear Lake, they can still join the session.
You know, we're not we're not limiting participation in that regard.
Next slide.
So as Jeannie mentioned earlier, we've done our two facilitation training so far in those were internal trainings to really prepare our executive leadership and our other stuff to be in these spaces.
And so I will mention to begin with that these members are.
Not the ones that are necessarily facilitating the Listening Sessions.
That's where our consultants come in and that's where our core team comes in.
However, we wanted to make sure that if we have our leadership in the room, that they are prepared with the skills and the mindset to broach some of these conversations and listen and be prepared.
Heard four, possibly some, you know, challenging conversations.
We understand that in these listening sessions we want to be in a position where it really is an open space and we're not creating any sense of bias or anything like that.
So we wanted everybody.
Be in the room regardless of their role as a facilitator or someone who's listening and representing the agency to really be well-prepared to navigate some of these sensitive topics.
And as Jeannie mentioned, we had a really great turnout.
I was really happy to see that across both of the training sessions, we had all.
Of our CTC commissioners, we had representation from Caltrans Casta and CTC, and some of our additional Core stuff as well.
Okay, next slide.
So I will, I will pause here and really kind of either take questions or thoughts or anything that folks have.
Perhaps come to mind.
But in general, we are looking for feedback.
As always, we understand that this is, you know, this is a changing process.
We're not going to get it perfect.
The first.
So if folks have feedback about the CBO partnerships or the approach that we're taking in shifting to also do outreach, tour MPO's.
And then I forgot to mention I apologize, but I am working with our Native American liaison branch to ensure that we're following the proper communication channels.
In order to disseminate this information to our tribal communities.
And so we'll be working with the Native American Advisory Committee and then the district Native American liaison to ensure that they're getting this information, that they're in the loop and prepared to answer any questions that might come up.
And then we can also identify tribal governments or other tribal.
Populations that we want to share the information with.
That being said, we also are trying to find CBOs that serve tribal populations.
However, again, reaching some of these limitations with the CBO partnerships, we haven't been as successful in doing that.
And then just generally thinking about these.
Listening Sessions as a springboard to doing engagement on the larger platform.
We are open to feedback and questions around that as well.
So I'll pause there.
So quiet, I'm not sure if the best way to if you want to prompt folks at all to, you know, if they have any questions or on the Spanish language line or any public comment.
Yeah, I think we can open it up to feedback and discussion on this item.
We also have question from our from the Update, beginning, from Jeannie.
So feel free to come on camera.
If you.
Bought to ask a question or provide feedback.
And I know Randy mentioned he had a question as well.
I can just jump in and answer Randy's question.
Randy, I was trying to pull up info from US DOT.
You asked about who how to communities apply for reconnecting communities, or how did they go about let me know if I'm restating the question right.
But The eligible entities from based on your website for reconnecting communities for that pilot program are state agencies, MPO's, local governments, tribal governments, and nonprofit organizations.
So organizations can apply directly.
I think, you know.
Our hope is that as, you know, the Caltrans districts has Caltrans is that owner of that infrastructure that we want to be at the table.
We want to be championing these projects.
So we would love to partner with communities or non-profits and be, you know, at least co applicants.
So that we're, you know, our additional.
Strict staff are engaged from the front end.
But if non-profits that want to go forward can certainly apply directly the limits on funding, the planning grant is to million or less and then construction grants are over 5 million for that program.
So I'm happy to send you more info or points.
In the right direction.
But let me know if I answered your question on that.
Thanks so much, Jeannie, I apologize.
I didn't mean it uptake Social Equity Listening Sessions.
So thanks for the update.
Appreciate it.
Thank you.
So why don't we take will take questions and comments first from Roundtable members, and then once we get through those bull, take questions and comments from commissioners on the line.
So I thought so.
I see you and Stephanie.
I also saw you pop up so that if you wanna go ahead.
Good morning.
I also wanted to follow up on the question that Randy asked as well, and just giving the response, genius.
And gave as well.
Because I know there's been some concerns about that.
And then an empire just with like more organized groups, like CDs or agencies applying for that funding versus other other community groups that aren't as organized.
And the fear that they are.
Probably the ones who would get the funding.
So just kinda wanted to ask about that.
And then guess I'll leave with that first question.
Yvette, that's really important.
Thank you.
Are you know, we have really been stressing to the Caltrans district staff that they need to be establishing those parts.
Partnerships upfront.
So I think from where we said we want to ensure that that is central.
We don't want to be moving forward with even, you know, planning grants without having those partnerships with the communities be strong and the communities being at the table.
I mean, really the purpose of this program is to be Community.
Tramp band.
And but also acknowledging that, you know, a lot of communities that have been divided by freeways, you know, not necessarily well-resourced to do the application.
So the agency can take on, you know, some of that capacity and doing that work.
But I envision, you know.
Any location where we would be ultimately doing projects that we would do the planning and, you know, that there would be planning works that would need to be done on friends.
So we're really looking at pursuing planning grants in this first year and then laying the groundwork.
I'm doing that robust Community Engagement.
And before were before we're talking about any projects.
But welcome your feedback on that.
I mean, if there's other other ways to approach it, certainly non-profits can be the lead on applying by, given that the agencies are.
And in most cases, it's Caltrans, that's owning the freeway that we're the Owners of the infrastructure that, you know, partnership that's tribal partnership and Championship from Agency, I think is critical.
So don't we don't want to crowd out the communities that need access to this funding, but hopefully where establishing those strong partnerships.
I just add really quickly, Jeannie, on the application that went forward from Caltrans for five locations that were selected.
They were partnered with community support, letters of support.
And after October or November when we've got the announcement that it wasn't gonna go forward, a lot of the community started reaching back out of how.
When we further, you know, connect on this so that we can move it forward again.
There was a couple of groups trendy and San Diego that we're actually starting their own coalition for reconnecting communities so that they can build a stronger case to partner back with Caltrans.
On the next iteration.
So I think that that kind of aspect of making sure that community CBOs are gonna be recent.
So our is something that Caltrans teams are trying to prioritize.
So I hope we can continue to talk and get those connections so that it's not just coming forward as it's a Caltrans project that this is Caltrans with community or community with Caltrans.
Thank you, both.
So CBOs encouraged just initiate conversations with Caltrans staff about the process and just go from there.
Yeah, absolutely.
And if you're not.
AG getting quick response from those staff in the districts, feel free to reach out to him.
And our headquarters steam will sync up.
So much.
Appreciate that.
Thank you.
I want to add one comment question that I received yesterday from Jasmine, who is not able to join us right away, but wanted to make sure that it was in this Item.
Is that Stockton is ready to partner and also, she was concerned that there weren't enough Central Valley locations.
And so I also mentioned that no, we're looking into our next phases of expansion.
So Jasmine will be in touch with you on bringing us to stop.
I don't know Amar or Carolyn if you want to add to that.
I mean, nothing much to add.
I do appreciate you