Projects

Issue Task Force

Issue Task Forces are multidisciplinary teams that include stakeholders and experts in the Core Values surrounding a single issue.

Roles and Responsibilities:

The roles and responsibilities of an Issue Task Force will include working through the elements of the identified issue in order to reach a recommendation to be taken forward to the Project Leadership Team (PLT), the Technical Team, or the Project Staff.

The PLT, the Technical Team, or the Project Staff may form an Issue Task Force as needed to reach the project goals. An Issue Task Force will have focused topics and will work from a plan that outlines the actions needed to make a recommendation within a given timeframe.

The Issue Task Force will be responsible for documenting the process and making recommendations.

Membership:

The Issue Task Force will be comprised of stakeholders and experts in the Core Values relevant to the identified issue.

Meeting Format:

Meetings will be structured for open conversations and information sharing. When appropriate, the Issue Task Force will distribute materials for review prior to the meeting for discussion at the meeting.

Examples of Issue Task Force Topics:

  • Develop the mitigation needed for an impacted city park
  • Develop the way-finding signage plan for a stretch of I-70 with reconfigured interchanges
  • Update a traffic incident management plan

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