Regional Network Management Council
The Transit Regional Network Management Council brings together leadership from MTC and transit agencies to provide guidance on regional transit policies and actions to be taken as implementation plans develop.
The Regional Network Management (RNM) framework adopted by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission in February 2023 was established based on recommendations from the Blue Ribbon Transit Recovery Task Force and the Network Management Business Case Advisory Group.
The RNM Council is comprised of representatives from MTC and general managers of Bay Area transit agencies. The members of the council understand transit operations; can represent the interests of their stakeholders; deliver critical input on regional transit polices; develop actionable implementation plans; and provide regional leadership.
The RNM Council’s work includes focus areas for customer focused initiatives as identified in the Transit Transformation Action Plan. These will directly benefit new and existing transit riders and help to achieve the Regional Network Management vision of a unified regional transit system that serves all Bay Area populations.
The Council meets monthly on the fourth Monday of each month.
For assistance, including information on upcoming meetings and joining the email list, please contact:
Wally Charles, Executive Office
Phone: (415) 820-7993
The Regional Network Management Council is comprised of top executives from the following agencies:
- Metropolitan Transportation Commission
- Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
- San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA)
- Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit)
- Valley Transportation Authority (VTA)
- Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District
- San Mateo County Transit District (SamTrans)
- Three general managers representing all other transit providers serving the Bay Area
- Michelle Bouchard, Caltrain
- April Chan, San Mateo County Transit District
- Bill Churchill, Central Contra Costa Transit Authority
- Andrew Fremier, Metropolitan Transportation Commission
- Carolyn Gonot, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
- Michael Hursh, AC Transit
- Denis Mulligan, Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District
- Seamus Murphy, WETA
- Robert Powers, BART
- Jeffrey Tumlin, SFMTA
- Nancy Whelan, Marin Transit