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Bicycle Advisory Council (BAC) District Department of Transportation (DDOT) The purpose of the Council shall be to serve as the advisory body to the Mayor, Council of the District of Columbia, and District agencies on matters pertaining to bicycling in the District and to make recommendations to the bicycle coordinator on the budget and focus of the Comprehensive Bicycle Transportation and Safety Program. The Council shall be composed of 17 members appointed as follows: (A) The bicycle coordinator of the Office of Bicycle Transportation and Safety of the District Department of Transportation, (B) The Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department or his or her designee; (C) The Director of the Office of Planning or his or her designee; (D) The Director of the Department of Parks and Recreation or his or her designee; and (E) Thirteen community representatives, with each member of the Council of the District of Columbia appointing one representative.   Note: Members are appointed by the Council of the District of Columbia NOT the Mayor's Office of Talent and Appointments.  For more information, please visit here BAC website below. Public members are appointed by the Council of the District of Columbia.  Please contact the Office of the Secretary of the District of Columbia for appointment information No 2 0 0 Catherine Boucree Catherine.Boucree@dc.gov https://dcbac.blogspot.com/p/about-bac.html
Pedestrian Advisory Council (PAC) District Department of Transportation (DDOT) The purpose of the PAC shall be to serve as the advisory body to the Mayor, the Council of the District of Columbia, and the District agencies on matters pertaining to the improvement of pedestrian safety and accessibility.   The PAC shall be composed of 18 members appointed as follows: (1) The Director of the District Department of Transportation, or designee; (2) The Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department, or designee; (3) The Director of the Office of Planning, or designee; (4) The Director of the Department of Parks and Recreation, or designee; (5) The Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools, or designee; and (6) Thirteen community representatives who are District of Columbia residents with a demonstrated interest in pedestrian safety, with each member of the Council of the District of Columbia appointing one representative. No 3 0 0 Catherine Boucree Catherine.Boucree@dc.gov  
Public Space Committee District Department of Transportation (DDOT) The Public Space Committee meets monthly to review and render a decision on a variety of types of permit applications for the use and occupancy of the public right of way that do not fall within the regular permitting process such as sidewalk cafes; over-height retaining walls; over-height fences; and security bollards.         0 0 Catherine Boucree Catherine.Boucree@dc.gov  
Recreational Trails Advisory Committee District Department of Transportation (DDOT) The Committee shall advise the Mayor on trail planning and allocating funds for trail improvements projects from funding allocations made by the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) National Recreational Trails Fund Act.   The Committee shall consist of not less that 7 members including Chairperson and Vice Chairperson who shall serve at the pleasure of the Mayor.  The members are recommended by recreational trail user organizations, each representing the following recreational trail uses: 1.    Non-motorized recreational trail users 2.    Off-road motorized recreational trail users and 3.    The Ex officio member is the Director of the Department of Transportation or his or her designee. No 3 11 2 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/1bde8i/District-Of-Columbia-Recreational-Trails-Advisory-Committee
Undergrounding Project Consumer Education Task Force (UPCETF) District Department of Transportation (DDOT) The Task Force shall monitor the implementation by the District Department of Transportation and the Potomac Electric Power Company of the consumer education and outreach provisions of the DC Power Line Undergrounding ("DC PLUG") education plan. Based on consumer feedback, the Task Force shall, as necessary, advise the District Department of Transportation and the Potomac Electric Power Company on ways to better educate consumers on the implementation of DC PLUG to best achieve responsive and reliable communication throughout the project lifecycle.   13 members are appointed by the Mayor to include: (1) the City Administrator or designee, (2) DMPED representative, (3) DDOT representative, (4) Potomac Electric Power Company representative, (5) Public Service Commission representative, (6) Office of the People's Counsel representative, (7) Apartment and Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington representative, (8) DC Climate Action representative, (9) Ward 3 ANC, (10) Ward 4 ANC, (11) Ward 5 ANC, (12) Ward 7 ANC, and (13) Ward 8 ANC No   13 1 Shanelle Patterson Shanelle.Patterson@dc.gov  
Transit Rider Advisory Council District Department of Transportation (DDOT) The purpose of the TRAC shall be to serve as the advisory body to the Mayor, the Council, and DDOT on matters pertaining to operating, improving, and expanding local transit. The TRAC shall be composed of 11 members appointed as follows:  (1) The Director of DDOT, or the Director’s designee;  (2) The Director of the Office of Planning, or the Director’s designee; and  (3)(A) Nine community representatives who are District residents who regularly use local transit and who do not receive a salary from, do business with, or lobby the District government, appointed as follows:  (i) Each Ward Councilmember shall appoint one community representative; and  (ii) The Chairperson of the Council committee with oversight over DDOT shall appoint one community representative   No 3 0 0 Catherine Boucree Catherine.Boucree@dc.com  
Multimodal Accessibility Advisory Council District Department of Transportation (DDOT) The purpose of the MAAC shall be to serve as the advisory body to the Mayor, the Council, and District agencies on making local transit and public space in the District more accessible to persons with disabilities The MAAC shall be composed of 9 members appointed as follows: (1) The Director of DDOT, or the Director's designee; (2) The Director of the Office of Disability Rights, or the Director's designee; (3) The Director of the Office of Human Rights, or the Director's designee; (4)(A) Six community representatives, who are District residents and who represent the disability advocacy community, appointed by the Mayor.   No 3 6 0 Catherine Boucree Catherine.Boucree@dc.gov  
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