About the CAC

The TJPA’s Citizens Advisory Committee was created to advise the TJPA Board of Directors on matters of public interest relating to the Transbay Transit Center Project (TJPA CAC Bylaws). Representing the diversity of the Bay Area, members include the fifteen voting members appointed by the TJPA Board of Directors, plus one non-voting TJPA staff member liaison. Voting members are appointed for two-year terms, except seven members who served an initial one year term upon creation of the body. Each member is eligible to serve a maximum of three consecutive terms. Voting members represent each of the following categories:

TJPA Citizens Advisory Committee

Regional transit advocate
(Bruce Agid, Chair)

Member with expertise in real estate development or real estate finance
(Keysha Bailey)

Disabled advocate
(Paul Bendix)

Member of the citywide (San Francisco) business community
(Anthony Birdsey)

Bicycle advocate
(Paolo Cosulich-Schwartz)

Member of a planning or good-government non-profit organization
(Jackson Fahnestock)

Daily AC Transit Rider into San Francisco
(Robert Feinbaum)

Local Business from District 6 (zip code 94105 or 94107)
(Helen Han)

Representative from labor
(Charley Lavery)

Regional Transit Advocate
(Sean McGarry)

Local Resident from District 6 (zip code 94105 or 94107)
(Nathan Morales)

Environmentalist
(Lauren Post, Vice Chair)

San Francisco based public transit advocate
(Alice Rogers)

Daily MUNI Rider on line through Transbay Terminal
(Patty-Jo Rutland)

Daily Caltrain Rider into San Francisco
(Jason Smith)


APPLY FOR MEMBERSHIP ON THE TJPA CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE


APPLICATIONS DUE FEBRUARY 15, 2017

The Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) is soliciting applications from Bay Area residents interested in serving on the TJPA Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC).

The TJPA seeks to appoint Committee members that represent the diversity of the Bay Area. There are seven (7) full term seats available representing the following constituencies: Daily Caltrain Rider into San Francisco, Daily AC Transit Transbay Rider into San Francisco, Local Business from District 6 (zip code 94105 or 94107), Regional Transit Advocate, Representative from Labor, Disabled advocate, and San Francisco based Public Transit Advocate.

CAC terms are for a period of two years and each member is eligible to serve a maximum of three consecutive terms. The TJPA CAC meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 5:30 pm in the TJPA office at 201 Mission Street, Suite 2100, San Francisco, CA. Meetings are from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Consistent attendance is required.

If you are interested in being considered, please submit an application to the Transbay Joint Powers Authority, 201 Mission Street, Suite 2100, San Francisco, CA 94105 or via e-mail.

TJPA CAC Application

TJPA CAC Application Announcement