INCLUSIVE MOBILITY NETWORK EXECUTIVE COUNCIL VISIONING WORKSHOP March 4, 2014, Tuesday 9:00am- 3:00pm ISO Conference Room 1 (Walterhogan Rm.1) Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City ATTENDEES: IM Executive Council Members: 1. MR. CYRUS BALLEGA 8. ENGR. LIBERATO REQUIOMA JR. DPWH, Government Sector AKKAPP Federation, PWD Sector 2. MS. KAREN CRISOSTOMO President, Firefly Brigade, Cycling Sector 3. MR. RALLY DE LEON Manager, Lyon Couriers, Private Sector 4. MS. ELSIE DE VEYRA Consultant, Partnership for Clean Air, NGO Sector 9. MR. NADEREV SAÑO Commissioner, Commission on Climate Change MS. STEPHANIE TAN Commission on Climate Change 10. MS. VICTORIA SEGOVIA Executive Director, Partnership for Clean Air, NGO Sector 5. MS. REINA C. GARCIA 11. MR. PAUL EDWARD SISON Association of Information Officers in Metro Manila 6. MS. LALAINE GUANZON 12. MS. TRINA TOLENTINO Executive Director, Operation Katipunan Programs Coordinator, Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities Public Information Officer, Circle of Friends Foundation 7. MS. JULIA NEBRIJA 13. MS. TINA VELASCO AGM in Planning, MMDA, Government Sector Urban Planning Consultant, Viva Manila Inclusive Mobility Project Team/Secretariat: DR. SEGUNDO JOAQUIN E. ROMERO JR. Project Director DR. MARIE DANIELLE GUILLEN Senior Research Associate MR. LORENZO CORDOVA JR. Research Associate MS. ALTHEA MURIEL L. PINEDA Project Associate Agenda: Consideration and approval of the minutes of the last meeting (Feb.20,2014) Election of the 20th member of the Executive Council Visioning Workshop Discussion and approval of the draft Inclusive Mobility Network Communication Plan Presentation of the results of the 2nd Metro Manila Traffic Summit and IM Network Response Other matters Highlights: Consideration and approval of the minutes of the last meeting The Inclusive Mobility Network (IMN) Executive Council do not have objections on the minutes of the last meeting (Feb.20, 2014) Election of the 20th member of the IMN Executive Council Dr. Romero explained the reasons why there are 20 members in the Executive Council: The first 15 elected members of the council must select five more members because we don’t want other sectors to feel that they are left out/ excluded. The IMN Secretariat identified people who have been actively participating in the IM Activities since the start of the project. The EC selected eight (8) names from the list provided and voted for the 20th member. Share the Road movement got the most number of votes from the EC. However, in the event that the first selected member declined the invitation to fill the post, EC voted another name, Ms. Raquel Naciongayo of Pasig CENRO, as back up. The EC also agreed that Share the Road Movement can choose who among its members will be the 20th member of the council. NAMES Erwin Paala, Families of Road Victims and Safety Paulo Burro, Share the Road Movement Gilbert Remulla, Share the Road Movement James Velasco, Ryders with Disabilities, PWD Robert Perillo, Bulacan Motorcycle Riders Federation Engr. Gabriel Eusebio, Marikina Bikeways Third Espero, League of Cities of the Philippines Dr. Cora Cruz, Transportation Science Society of the Philippines Benjie Libarnes, Arangkada Karlo Robosa, App Developer Chad Osorio, Affiliated Network for Social Accountability in East Asia and Pacific (ANSA-EAP) Gina Gatarin, Department of Sociology, University of the Philippines-Diliman Glynda Bathan, Clean Air Initiative (CAI) – Asia Wilson Fortaleza, Partido ng Manggagawa Perf Medina, Coalition of Filipino Consumers Raquel Naciongayo, Pasig-CENRO Mars Mercado, Advocate to open villages 1st Voting 1 2nd Voting 1 9 0 0 0 0 1 10 Visioning Workshop Dr Doy discussed the Inclusive Mobility Network’s envisioned impact and outcome areas (mobility, productivity, safety, and civility) in order to understand further what the network is and where do we want to go (please refer to the attached presentation) A concern was raised by some of the EC members if the Network aims to focus in Metro Manila only or should it be on a national level in terms of scope. Dr. Doy suggested that the Network can start in Metro Manila. After a few years, it can expand into Philippines eventually. Commissioner Yeb said that we have potential for communities outside Metro Manila to show us models. Ms. Julia said that in terms of actions and energy spent in online petitions, media engagements, infographics, community level pilot projects, it is in a Metro Manila level. But according to her, the network is advocating for principles that will definitely and hopefully expand beyond the metropolitan area. Dr. Danielle and Ms. Julia emphasized that either scope, whether Metro Manila level or national level, we would still be sharing knowledge/ inputs with other cities and regions outside Metro Manila. Ms. Vicky prefers it to be in a national level because she doesn’t want the network to be limited in Metro Manila only. Mr. Rally said that maybe it’s in the terminology. Maybe we can look at it on a regional perspective. Commissioner Yeb said that maybe the EC should focus on understanding what the organization really want rather than focusing on the scope. Ms. Tina agreed to Commissioner Yeb’s suggestion. The network must really understand first what they stand for and make sure why they are there. The discussion of the scope can follow after. Though the IM team has already suggested a vision statement for the network in the action plan, the EC wanted to come up with a new one so that they will have a sense of ownership. The vision of the IM Network as voted by the majority of the EC members is: “Coalition of advocates working with government, private sector, and civil society to attain higher levels of mobility with safety, civility, and productivity for all, by all” Discussion and approval of the draft Inclusive Mobility Network Communication Plan Dr. Doy explained that the Communication Plan will be drafted in support of the Action Plan. Sir JayR presented the content of the proposed draft Communication Plan of the IM Network. The drafting of the full communication plan of the IMN will be the Communication Committee’s task. (please see attached presentation) Presentation of the results of the 2nd Metro Manila Traffic Summit and IM Network Response Ms. Tina shared the results of the 2nd Metro Manila Traffic Summit to the plenary. The summit basically talked about managing public expectation and what steps should the MMDA, DPWH, and DOTC plan to do during the construction of the skyway that will connect SLEX and NLEX. Rerouting schemes, checklist of contractors accountable. Calls the public to have their own share of sacrifices Ms. Tina encouraged the IM Network to check the validity of the design and get involved. Other matters: The EC members were asked to fill out the survey form of the Inclusive Mobility Network that could help the secretariat in developing the directory and profile of the network members as well as knowing their priority projects. As per Commissioner Yeb’s suggestion, the EC may now form their committees in line with the activities and priorities which shall be included in the action plan. The EC are free to volunteer which committee should they belong. The IM Network Committees are the following: COMMUNITY PROJECT/ EVENTS Katipunan Trina Tolentino Ermita/ Roxas Blvd. Julia Nebrija Bike Events Karen Crisostomo POLICY Tripartite Policy Meet IM Audit/ Access studies COMMUNICATION Portal Infographics Media Engagement Online Petitions CAPACITY-BUILDING IM Professional Course NETWORK BUILDING Action Plan Network Expansion Articles/ By-Laws Lead Lead Lalaine Guanzon Tina Velasco Cyrus Ballega Rally de Leon Jun Requioma Lead Naderev Saño/ Steph Tan Paul Sison Karen Crisostomo Tina Velasco Lead Doy Romero JayR Cordova Danielle Guillen Lead Vicky Segovia Quin Cruz Doy Romero Elsie De Veyra Dr. Doy said if these groups can flesh out ideas and put it into concept note and identify what are the activities. Committees will present the ideas conceptualized on the next meeting. Committees may prepare the ppt presentation. Dr. Doy is proposing that the members of the network should be individuals, not representing the organizations that they belong to. Each committee shall present their priority projects on March 21, 2014, Friday, 9am-1pm. The team can use the available resources of the project to support the activities and initiatives of the committees. Ms. Lalaine asked the other EC members if they can help her and Ms. Tina in surveying the accessibility of the trains for PWDs in Metro Manila.
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