Transportation Advisory Committee

Regular Meeting
The Transportation Advisory Committee is meeting monthly, on the Second Tuesday of the Month from 6-7:30 PM in City Hall, unless otherwise notified. The Committee will switch to quarterly meetings once it's become more established. The Transportation Committee was formed by City Council in the summer of 2015. 

For more information, please contact the AmeriCorps VISTA at 802-262-6273

Two members from the Bicycle Committee, Pedestrian Committee, Energy Committee and Parking Committee. There is also representation from City Council and well as City Staff. The current members are as follows:

Pedestrian Committee Representatives: 
- Mark Provost, Member
- Harris Webster, Member
- Alternative: John Snell

Bicycle Committee Representatives: 
- Jennifer Gordon, Member
- Anthony Menona, Member
- Alternative: John Budreski

Energy Committee Representatives:
- Dan Costin, Member
- Dan Jones, Member
- Alternative: Ken Jones

Parking Committee Representatives:
- Open Until Filled
- Open Until Filled

City Council Representatives:
- Dona Bate, Chair/Facilitator

City Staff:
- Corey Line - DPW, Secretary (as defined by the Committee)
- Laura Biren - AmeriCorps VISTA Planning Department, Secretary (as defined by the Committee)

Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior the meetings. Minutes are available following approval. 
View all Agendas and Minutes

About the Committee
City Council formed the Transportation Advisory Committe
e  to advise the Council on transportation-related policies and issues, in accordance with an adopted work plan approved by the City Council and/or as directed by the City Council. The Committee, under the direction of the City Council, will advice the City Council and provide information and comments on major transportation issues faced by the City and make recommendations to the City Council on overall planning and programming of transportation improvements in the City.

This Committee is made up of representatives from the Pedestrian, Bike, Parking and Energy (Net Zero) Committees;  two appointees and one alternate from each. There is also representation from DPW and City Staff, which will assist DPW and Planning as they create long term capital plans for our transportation infrastructure. 

The goal of the Committee is to balance the needs of multiple modes of transportation including bicycles, pedestrians and vehicles while maintaining our ongoing commitment to meeting the goals of NetZero Montpelier by 2030.