1. CALL TO ORDER
2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – January 23, 2020
3. APPROVAL OF THE ORDER OF BUSINESS AND APPROVAL OF ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS
4. BUSINESS ARISING OUT OF THE MINUTES
5. CALL FOR DECLARATION OF CONFLICT OF INTERESTS
6. MOTIONS OF RECONSIDERATION – NONE
7. MOTIONS OF RESCISSION – NONE
8. CONSIDERATION OF DEFERRED BUSINESS – NONE
9. NOTICES OF TABLED MATTERS – NONE
10. CORRESPONDENCE, PETITIONS & DELEGATIONS
10.3 Presentations – None
11. INFORMATION ITEMS BROUGHT FORWARD – NONE
12.1.1 Flexible Working Hours
(i) Staff report dated December 17, 2019 [PDF]
(ii) Staff presentation dated February 27, 2020 [PDF]
That the Transportation Standing Committee recommend that Halifax Regional Council direct the Chief Administrative Officer to promote and encourage the use of the Flexible Work Arrangements Business Practise for all non-union employees as an option for managing congestion and reducing single occupancy vehicle trips in alignment with the Integrated Mobility Plan (IMP).
12.1.2 Councillor Appointment to the Halifax Harbour Bridge Commission [PDF]
That the Transportation Standing Committee nominate Councillor Lindell Smith to fill an unexpired term to November 2020 for consideration by Halifax Regional Council.
12.2 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
12.2.1 Active Transportation Advisory Committee Update [PDF]
That the Transportation Standing Committee receive the update from the Active Transportation Advisory Committee as submitted.
12.3 MEMBERS OF THE TRANSPORTATION STANDING COMMITTEE
12.3.1 Councillor Cleary – Winter Maintenance to Walking Paths in Regional Parks [PDF]
That the Transportation Standing Committee request a staff report that investigates the advantages, disadvantages, and costs of providing winter maintenance to walking paths in regional parks such as Sir Sandford Fleming Park that do not currently have winter maintenance.
13.1 Councillor Cleary
That the Transportation Standing Committee request a staff report on developing a bylaw for parking and immobilization on private property that analyzes possible licensing; setting reasonable maximum fees; timelines for removal of immobilizing devices; uniforms and identification of employees; appropriate signage on vehicles; signage on property; convenient payments options including cash, debit, credit online and on-site; and other related regulations. Also, the staff report should investigate the possibility of these private parking enforcement companies partnering with the municipality in writing parking tickets on private property similar to Ottawa.
14. IN CAMERA (IN PRIVATE) – NONE
15. ADDED ITEMS
16. NOTICES OF MOTION
17. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
18. DATE OF NEXT MEETING – March 26, 2020 at 1:00 p.m., Council Chamber, 3rd Floor, City Hall, 1841 Argyle Street, Halifax
1. Information report from the Legislative Assistant dated February 18, 2020 re: Presentation Requests [PDF]
For further information regarding this meeting, please contact Judith Ng’ethe, Legislative Assistant at email@example.com or 902-490-6517