Help Determine How Transportation $$$ Should Be Spent

It’s no secret that there are more transportation needs than funding.  Attend a public workshop to help the Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee III (CTAC) prioritize needs and evaluate funding options including a potential ballot measure.

Public workshops are being held Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Each workshop will have the same agenda with presentations by CTAC members and Seattle Department of Transportation Director Peter Hahn.

  • 5:30 to 6:00 pm – Open House
  • 6:00 to 6:30 pm – Presentations buy CTAC members and SDOT Director Peter Hahn
  • 6:30 to 7:30 pm – Break-out group discussion

The schedule of briefings is as follows:

  • May 23, Monday, Southwest Library Meeting Room, 9010 35th Avenue SW
    • City Council Member Tom Rasmussen in attendance
  • May 24, Tuesday, Fremont Library Meeting Room, 731 N. 35th Street
    • Mayor Mike McGinn in attendance
  • May 26, Thursday, Washington Middle School Cafeteria, 2101 S. Jackson Street
    • Mayor Mike McGinn in attendance

For questions about CTAC III or other opportunities to provide input, contact Dawn Schellenberg at Dawn.Schellenberg@Seattle.gov or 206-684-5189.  More information is available at: www.seattle.gov/transportation/ctac.htm.

The Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee III consists of the following:

  • Karen Braitmayer— Accessibility Consultant
  • Tim Gould – Sierra Club
  • David Hiller – Cascade Bicycle Club
  • Kate Joncas – Downtown Seattle Association
  • Ref Lindmark– Citizen Activist
  • John Littel – Carpenters Union Local 131
  • Brice Maryman – SvR Design Company and Seattle Great City chair
  • Rob Mohn— Columbia City Business Association
  • Paulo Nunes-Ueno – Seattle Children’s Hospital
  • Estela Ortega – El Centro de la Raza
  • Shefali Ranganathan – Transportation Choices Coalition
  • Lyn Tangen– Vulcan, Inc.
  • Keith Weir— Seattle Building & Construction Trades Council
  • Barbara Wright – Public Health and Transportation Advocate
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