September 2, 2014 Leave a comment
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is recruiting interested Bay Area residents to fill three vacancies on its Policy Advisory Council.
Vacancies are for representatives of disabled and senior or low-income interests. Applicants representing senior or disabled interests must reside or work in Marin or Santa Clara counties. Applicants representing low-income interests must reside or work in San Mateo County.
The Policy Advisory Council advises MTC on a range of dynamic topics, including regional planning efforts linking transportation, housing and land-use plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; public transit service productivity improvements; and the pursuit of new revenues to support a transportation system that better serves all Bay Area residents.
Applications for the three vacancies will be accepted through October 1, 2014. No specific educational background is needed for most seats – just a background in the specific application category, and an interest in transportation and how it affects residents in the nine Bay Area counties.
To apply for a vacant position or to learn more about the Policy Advisory Council, visit here.