Bay Area Metro Center
375 Beale Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Policy Advisory Council Transit Transformation Action Plan
Adina Levin, Chair
Wendi Kallins, Vice Chair
Bob Allen, Warren Cushman, Zack Deutsch-Gross, Gerry Glaser,
Vinita Goyal, Ian Griffiths, Dwayne Hankerson,
Tisha Dee Hartman, Rich Hedges, Jonathon Kass, Carina Lieu,
Emily Loper, Monica Mallon, Phillip Pierce and Brian Stanke
Anne Olivia Eldred, Sebastian Petty, and Terry Scott
Friday, November 18, 2022
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The Policy Advisory Council advises the Metropolitan Transportation Commission on
transportation policies in the San Francisco Bay Area, incorporating diverse perspectives
relating to the environment, the economy, and social equity.