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Lane County Climate Action Plan Virtual Public Meeting 1: Transportation - Shared screen with speaker view
Christa
21:52
Hi Everyone, I can't get my face to appear, but I see you.
Alexandra Streamer (she/her)
22:17
Thanks, Christa! Welcome. No pressure to be on camera
Alexandra Streamer (she/her)
24:39
Here's the website with the survey and you can also find Mark's contact info there as well: https://lanecocap.participate.online/
Max Wilbert - Lane County
36:28
What about the forestry industry? An OSU study a few years back found logging was the largest single GHG emissions source in Oregon. Is that included in this analysis?
Harry Sanger
36:48
Thank you for clarifying Josh, I was curious about that low number for Industrial process if you're including boiler energy
Susan Wolling
39:00
How do you measure these emissions? Is it just based on fuel purchased?
Dan Wilson
39:08
That seems like a strange way to measure air travel emissions to me. A better metric might be the amount of air travel emissions induced by Lane County and Lane County residents.
Christopher Jones
40:31
Air travel emissions are estimated in the Scope 3 emissions, in their own category.
Max Wilbert - Lane County
45:56
Here’s the logging study I mentioned: https://www.pnas.org/content/115/14/3663
Mark Nystrom-Lane County, OR (he/him)
46:50
Thanks Max!
Josh Proudfoot (He/Him)
49:49
Thank you max.
Dan Wilson
50:27
Active transit should be moved to the top of that list, IMO
Christa
51:03
We should also include making bike transport more accessible.
Harry Sanger
51:23
More bicycling infrastructure will lead to more bicycling
Rouanna, Kalapuya Land, Springfield, OR
52:31
EV Adaptation means bikes, scooters, cars, busses, utility vehicles, farm equipment, long haulers, and more.
Paul Nelson
52:58
With its excellent cycling infrastructure, it's not really a surprise that the Netherlands comes out strongly, with Utrecht coming out on top. Coya points out that high bicycle usage correlates with a higher overall ranking. It's followed by Munster in Germany, then Antwerp in Belgium, Copenhagen and Amsterdam
Rebecca DesPrez (she, her)
53:23
I second that Paul. Germany too
Paul Nelson
54:33
'Grade separation' very important for safety
Paul Nelson
57:34
Separating paths from roadways YES and also extend them so they connect together.
Susan Wolling
57:36
Of the carrot-and-stick approach, sticks seem to be more effective than carrots—i.e., more expensive fuel, less convenient parking, etc.
Sarah Mazze (she/hers)
58:27
To tag onto what Sue Wolling wrote, you can also make the routes for active transportation users more direct, even at the cost of making it less direct for people driving.
Sarah Mazze (she/hers)
01:00:09
And federal legislators!
Aimee Okotie-Oyekan
01:00:28
https://www.atlantamagazine.com/news-culture-articles/in-car-obsessed-atlanta-does-peachtree-streets-pedestrian-friendly-transformation-have-legs/
Paul Nelson
01:06:31
Corporations depend upon infrastructure which is paid for by others to profit. Perhaps a tax on corporate profit could be used to benefit the public
Rouanna, Kalapuya Land, Springfield, OR
01:55:21
Emerald Valley Electric Vehicle Association - Electric Auto ...http://emeraldvalleyeva.orgLane Co EV Club with lots of information
Alexandra Streamer (she/her)
02:00:22
Pasting the link to our website and survey one more time: https://lanecocap.participate.online/
Mark Nystrom-Lane County, OR (he/him)
02:02:25
Lane County Bicycle Master Plan planning: https://lanecountybmp.com/
Shawn Waite. Lane County Oregon
02:05:30
Common theme for us was elected officials, people believing that there really is an issue
Alexandra Corvello
02:07:46
Thank you Shawn for adding that important idea from our group. :)