ROLE OF THE CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Transportation Authority has appointed a Citizens Advisory Committee, or CAC, consisting of 11 members of the public who represent a broad spectrum of transportation and community concerns. The committee’s mission is to assist the Transportation Authority by reflecting community values in the development of transportation programs and communicating information about the Transportation Authority's mission and programs back to the community.
The committee provides Transportation Authority Commissioners and staff with input on nearly all matters that go before the agency’s Board and its standing committees. This includes providing comments on transportation plans, programs and studies; the Prop K (half-cent sales tax) and Prop AA ($10 vehicle registration fee) Strategic Plans; funding priorities; transportation-related legislation; and community transportation concerns. The Citizens Advisory Committee also assists in publicizing transportation projects and plans to neighborhoods, and solicits community input for feedback.
The Transportation Authority holds Citizens Advisory Committee meetings from 6-8:00 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of each month, with a few exceptions, at 1455 Market Street (between 10th and 11th Streets), 22nd Floor. Agendas, minutes and supporting materials are available at www.sfcta.org/agendas.
Members of the public may attend Citizens Advisory Committee meetings to hear project updates and provide commentary and feedback during public comment.
CURRENT MEMBERS (AND REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICTS)
There is currently one opening on the Citizens Advisory Committee for a representative of District 9. Although an applicant need not work or reside in the vacant district, it is strongly encouraged. The Transportation Authority accepts applications on a rolling basis.
APPLY TO THE CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Applicants are required to attend one of the Transportation Authority's Board meetings to speak on their own behalf before being eligible for appointment by the Board of Commissioners. New applicants will be notified about the time and location of the Board meetings, and the information is also available at www.sfcta.org/agendas.
Once your application is received, it will remain active for two years and will be considered for any openings, unless you submit in writing a withdrawal of your candidacy. You must be a San Francisco resident. We strive for ethnic diversity and geographic representation but accept applications for all districts on a rolling basis.
For more information regarding the application process, email Clerk@sfcta.org or call 415.522.4800.
CONTACT THE CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
If you would like to contact the committee or the individual members, please send an email to CAC@sfcta.org. In the subject line, please indicate the intended recipient(s).