Would you or someone you know like to influence issues such as commuter access to frequent transit; transit access for low-income residents; Seattle transit investments; and future RapidRide lines? You can, as a member of the Transit Advisory Board.
Would you like input on transit strategies during the so-called period of maximum constraint? Do you want to have a say in the future of Seattle’s mass transit, bringing your experiences or representing others? Join the Transit Advisory Board. One monthly meeting gets you up close and involved.
Influence public transportation!
The volunteer board plays an important role in advising the City of Seattle on decisions regarding transit and other forms of public transportation. The TAB’s recommendations go to the Mayor and City Council and the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), to name some partners in this space.
Board members serve a two-year term, with opportunities for re-appointment, and attend a meeting on the fourth Wednesday of every month, 6 – 8 PM at Seattle City Hall.
TAB members can be representatives of any of the following:
- Different geographical locations citywide
- A variety of transit rider groups including persons with disabilities, senior and school-age community members, commuters, and low-income riders
- Travelers of different public transportation modes (e.g. bus, light rail, streetcar, and ferry)
- Residents with an interest in improving transit conditions within the City and region, and have experience with urban transit issues
- Transit-related organizations and clubs
- Schools, business, and neighborhood organizations that depend on our public transportation system
Here’s how you can apply!
Please submit a statement of interest (cover letter) and resume (or equivalent information) by Friday, October 12, 2018!
Email: TransitBoard@seattle.gov | subject line: “TAB Recruitment”
ATTN: TAB Recruitment
Seattle Department of Transportation
P.O Box 34966
Seattle, Washington 98124-4996
We’re committed to promoting diversity in the City’s boards and commissions. People of color, immigrants or refugees, youth, seniors, persons with disabilities, and sexual and gender minorities are encouraged to apply.