Network Management Business Case Advisory Group
The Network Management Business Case Advisory Group will support and guide the effort to evaluate the benefits, costs and risks of transit network management alternatives as well as review the analysis and recommendations.
In order to continue the network management analysis started as part of the Blue Ribbon Transit Recovery Task Force (Task Force), the Task Force requested that a multi-stakeholder advisory group be established to support the project to evaluate the benefits, costs and risks of transit network management alternatives and identify a preferred network management alternative structure. This project is known as the Network Management Business Case.
In September 2021, the Commission established the 14-member advisory group made up of representatives of transit operators and stakeholder groups. The stakeholders were selected to provide balanced input related to equity, social justice, policy, business, labor and transit riders.
The Network Management Business Case Advisory Group is estimated to meet for nine months, depending on the Business Case project schedule, and is expected to meet every other month.
Shruti Hari, Principal, Funding Policy and Programs
Phone: (415) 778-5360
Wally Charles, Section Administrator, Legislation and Public Affairs
Phone: (415) 820-7993
- Denis Mulligan, Chair, Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District
- Alicia John-Baptiste, Vice-Chair, SPUR
- Michelle Bouchard, Caltrain
- Bill Churchill, County Connection
- Hayley Currier, TransForm
- Carolyn Gonot, VTA
- Michael Hursh, AC Transit
- Adina Levin, MTC Policy Advisory Council
- James Lindsay, Amalgamated Transit Union
- Therese McMillan, MTC
- Bob Powers, BART
- Suzanne Smith, SCTA
- Jeff Tumlin, SFMTA
- Jim Wunderman, Bay Area Council