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Name DetailsStart DateEnd DateE-mailWeb SiteAppointed By
VACANCY Ambulatory Metro Plus User - Sedans
One member shall be an ambulatory Metro Plus user who regularly travels in sedans.
Termed-out: 12/31/9999
3/5/2012     Mayor/Council Confirms
VACANCY Ambulatory (with Disability) User of Fixed Route
Termed-out: 8/15/2012
7/18/2012     Mayor/Council Confirms
VACANCY Wheelchair User of Metro Plus
Disabled Metro Plus User With a Common Wheelchair Who Regularly Travels in Lift- or Ramp-equipped Vehicles
Termed-out: 12/31/9999
4/7/2016     Mayor/Council Confirms
Arvina Martin Common Council Member
Termed-out: 4/16/2019
4/18/2017 4/16/2019 district11@cityofmadison.com http://www.city...cil/district11/ Mayor/Council Confirms
Betty Hicks CPD/Committee on Aging/General Representative
One member shall be any one of the following, in order of preference: a citizen member of the Commission on People with Disabilities or a member of the Committee on Aging or a general representative who represents the interests of the disabled and/or senior community.
Termed-out: 4/30/2019
5/6/2014 4/30/2019 missbetty1964@yahoo.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
Mary E. Jacobs Residential or Supported Employment Agency Representative
One member shall be a representative of a residential or supported employment agency serving people with developmental disabilities.
Termed-out: 11/30/2017
2/15/1996 11/30/2017     Mayor/Council Confirms
Susan M. De Vos Wheelchair User of Fixed Route
WHEELCHAIR USER OF FIXED ROUTE Wheelchair User With a Disability Who Regularly Uses the City's Accessible Fixed-route Transit System. (Previously served in the General Representative position.) (90 days added per MGO)
Termed-out: 6/21/2017
6/21/2005 6/21/2017 devos@ssc.wisc.edu   Mayor/Council Confirms
Madison General Ordinance Section 3.14 (4)(k) - Advisory to the Transit and Parking Commission. It is the duty of the Subcommittee to monitor compliance by Metro Transit, the City's transit utility, in providing complementary paratransit and transit service in the Metro Transit service area in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and its implementing regulations. In addition to any task assigned by the TPC, the Subcommittee shall regularly assess the provision of ADA complementary paratransit and fixed route services to persons with disabilities in the Metro Transit service area, maximizing transportation options for everyone. The Subcommittee shall identity issues and recommend policies to the TPC to address them, taking into account budget and service capacity limits, and complaints. The body has an affirmative duty to seek public input and consultation with persons with disabilities and their representatives in the Metro Transit service area. This may include but is not limited to people with vision impairments or blindness; people who do not speak; people who do not understand spoken language, social service agencies that serve people with disabilities, including residential and vocational support providers, organizations and other coalitions of self-advocates; transit travel trainers, paratransit drivers, Dane County specialized transportation oversight staff and committees.