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Metro Policy Advisory Council

The Metro Policy Advisory Council (PAC) was established in early 2017 to review, comment and provide input on the draft Measure M Master Guidelines (Guidelines), the Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), and other work plans and policy areas that the Metro Board may request.

Upcoming PAC Meetings

  • The March 12, 2019 meeting has been rescheduled to April 9, 2019, 2 – 4 p.m.

2017-2019 Meeting Schedule

The PAC will meet quarterly, on the second Tuesday of March, June, September and December, from 1:30-3:30 p.m. unless noted otherwise. Meetings are held at Metro Headquarters, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012 with rooms to be determined as available.

To receive updates on PAC meetings, please email MetroPAC@metro.net .

*In instances where the second Tuesday falls after a holiday, the PAC will meet on the third Tuesday of that month.


To ensure an equal, representative voice of all constituencies in Los Angeles County, the PAC is made up of three major categories, each with 10 representatives reflective of a diverse coalition of stakeholders:

  • Transportation Consumers – those who use or are impacted by Metro’s complex transport system
  • Transportation Providers – those who supply or regulate transportation infrastructure and services
  • Jurisdictions – representatives of elected bodies accountable to the needs of consumer and provider constituencies

In total, there are 30 representatives and 30 alternates on the PAC. Of these members, there are three Officers (*) representing each of the three major constituency categories. More information on PAC membership is available in the Roles and Responsibilities of the Metro Policy Advisory Council .

Primary Alternate
Consumers Older Adults AARP (Stephanie Ramirez) Vacant
Students LATTC
(Pamela Sanford)
CSUN
(Colin Donahue)
Enviro/Social Equity - Social Justice Investing in Place
(Jessica Meaney*)
LA THRIVES
(Thomas Yee)
Enviro/Social Equity - Low-Income Communities Enterprise Community Partners
(Joss Tillard-Gates)
Vacant
Enviro/Social Equity - Environment Climate Resolve
(Bryn Lindblad)
Pacoima Beautiful
(Andres Ramirez)
Business FAST
(Hilary Norton)
LA Business Council
(Adam Lane)
Small Business TBAC
(William Osgood)
Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce
(Moises Cisneros)
Labor LA/OC Building Trades Council
(Ron Miller)
LA Fed
(Rusty Hicks)
CAC Dalila Sotelo Darrell Clarke
Individuals with Disabilities Disabled Resources Center, Inc.
(Richard Hernandez)
Aging and Disability Transportation Network
(Cynde Soto)
Providers Transit Munis City of Gardena
(Ernie Crespo)
Santa Monica Big Blue Bus
(David Feinberg)
Caltrans Paul-Albert Marquez Robert So
Metrolink Roderick Diaz* Elissa Konove
Access Services Randy Johnson Hector Rodriguez
Ports Port of Los Angeles
(Kerry Cartwright)
Port of Long Beach
(Rick Cameron)
Airports Long Beach Airport
(Juan Lopez-Rios)
Hollywood Burbank Airport
(Mark Hardyment)
SCAG Darin Chidsey Naresh Amatya
Auto Club Marianne Kim Hamid Bahadori
Bicycle/Pedestrian LACBC
(Eli Kaufman)
CicLAvia
(Romel Pascual)
Public Health Los Angeles County Public Health Dept.
(Megan McClaire)
Prevention Institute
(Jasneet Bains)
Jurisdictions County of Los Angeles Mark Pestrella Mary Reyes
City of Los Angeles Seleta Reynolds Bridget Smith
San Gabriel COG Mark Christoffels Marisa Creter
San Fernando Valley COG John Bwarie David Kriske
Gateway COG Nancy Pfeffer Eric Widstrand
South Bay COG Jacki Bacharach Steve Lantz
North County COG Arthur Sohikian Trolis Niebla
Westside Cities COG Cecilia Estolano* Joanna Hankamer
Las Virgenes/Malibu COG Terry Dipple Jessica Arden
Arroyo Verdugo COG Ann Wilson Margaret Lin

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