Boards and Commissions Membership
|Transit Advisory Board|
|(A) The Transit Citizens Advisory Board, hereinafter referred to as “Board,” shall consist of 12 members. The term of each member shall be three years. The official dates of when each member shall begin and end his/her term shall be determined by the Mayor.|
(B) The Board shall act in an advisory capacity to the Transit and Parking Department in connection with the development and promotion of mass transit services in the city.
|(1) The Board shall:|
(a) Advise the Department on means of improving the mass transit system and increasing its utilization, including but not limited to scheduling, routing, marketing, fares, and public amenities;
(b) Serve as a vehicle for citizen input on the mass transit system and for public education about the system. The Board shall seek to increase the community involvement in the transit system's public relations programs;
(c) Encourage private efforts to foster energy conserving transportation to employment or commercial centers;
(d) Recommend to the Department programs and facilities for further development of the mass transit system. The recommendations shall include means of financing them; and
(e) Seek input from and work cooperatively with other appropriate city boards and commissions, including but not limited to those in the area of air quality, environmental and transportation planning, the disabled, and low income housing.
(C) A committee exists and is to be known as the Advisory Committee on Transit for the Mobility Impaired.
|At Large||Mr. Orville Pratt|
|At Large||Ms. Patricia J Salisbury|
|At Large||Mr. Christopher Ramirez|
|At Large||Mr. Stephen L Pilon|
|At Large||Mr. Brendan J Miller|
|At Large||Mr. Harris A Balkin|
|At Large||Mrs. Kathy Foster|
|At Large||Mr. William A. Moore|
|At Large||Ms. Rachel Hertzman|
|At Large||Mr. Israel Chavez|
|Contact: Rita Chavez, (505) 764-8934|