Multimodal Transportation Commission
The Commission consists of 9 voting members and 3 non-voting members, all of whom shall be residents of the City of Asheville. Two voting members represent transit interests, two voting members represent greenway interests, two voting members represent bicycle/pedestrian interests, and three are at-large members. One representative each from the Neighborhood Advisory Committee, Planning & Zoning Commission, and Sustainability Advisory Committee on Energy & the Environment are ex-officio non-voting members.
Members shall represent various modes of transportation to include, but not be limited to: transit, greenways, automobiles, bikes, pedestrians, etc. Members shall possess expertise and interest in the sustainability and development of multimodal transportation and demonstrate willingness to participate actively in Commission efforts.
The Commission will (1) recommend policies for the development/integration of multimodal transportation planning and education to the City; (2) assist with the development of a multimodal transportation system; (3) assist the City with the implementation of best management practices for educating the public on the benefits of multimodal transportation; (4) assist in the sustainability, development and implementation of the multimodal transportation plan; and (5) assist in the prioritization of the Capital Improvement Plan as it relates to multimodal transportation projects.
The Commission meets on the 4th Wednesday of each month (except in November and December) beginning at 3:00 p.m. in the 1st Floor Conference Room in City Hall.
Chair - Bruce Emory - firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the Multimodal Transportation Commission, please contact Board Liaison at email@example.com.
Meetings: Regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the Multimodal Transporttion Commission meetings is held on 4th Wednesday from 3-5pm in the 1st Floor Conference Room - City Hall
The mission of the City of Asheville's Greenway Committee is to advise the Multimodal Transportation Commission and City staff on implementation of a system of greenways within Asheville by integrating City and County Parks and Transportation plans while educating and engaging the public and advocating for funding. The Greenway Committee consists of at least seven members and up to eleven members. All are appointed by the Multimodal Transportation Commission. The terms of office are three years.
Beginning May 7, 2015, the Committee will meet the first Thursday of each month, 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. As of 2/4/16 the new meeting location is the Police/Fire Training Room 4th Floor of Municipal Building located at 100 Court Plaza.
Chair: Mary Weber: firstname.lastname@example.org
4-6-17 Greenway Committee Minutes
3-2-17 Greenway Committee Minutes
2-2-17 Greenway Committee Meeting Minutes
1-5-17 Greenway Committee Meeting Minutes
12-1-16 Greenway Committee Meeting Minutes
11-3-16 Greenway Committee Field Trip - minutes were not taken
10-6-16 Greenway Committee Meeting Minutes
9-1-2016 Greenway Committee Meeting Minutes
8-4-16 Greenway Committee Meeting Minutes
The Committee functions as an advisory board to the Multimodal Transportation Commission and to the City staff on matters affecting the transit system and its operation. The Transit Committees consists of at least seven members and up to eleven members. All are appointed by the Multimodal Transportation Commission. The terms of office are three years. The Asheville Transit Committee will meet the third Tuesday of every month from 3:30 to 5:30 PM. The meetings will be held in the 4th Floor Training Room of the Municipal Building, 100 Court Plaza.
If you have questions, please contact Asheville Redefines Transit (ART) at 828-232-4531 or email email@example.com.
Chair - Adam Charnack, firstname.lastname@example.org
Transit Committee Meeting
September 19, 2017
3:30-5:30 pm - 4th Floor Police/Fire Training Room
Municipal Building - 100 Court Plaza
Current Transit Committee Members: Adam Charnack, Chair; Edward Johnson, Vice-Chair; Gary Ray; Bruce Emory; Calvin Allen; Angi West; Kim Roney, Sabrah n’haRaven, Thomas Lodwick.
Call To Order
Welcome announcement and explanation of public comment standards and opportunities
September 19, 2017 Agenda - review and approval
August 15, 2017 Minutes- review and approval-attached
Transit Committee - noteworthy transit experiences in riding the bus
Rider Guide- final review- attached
Farmers Market Transit Map- David Smiley, ASAP - attached
Transit Station renovation project overview and stormwater issues - Walter Ear
January 2018 Service Expansion TC Recommendations- Elias
Transit Master Plan Steering Committee- Elias
Subcommittee Working Groups (every other month- September)
Service Planning and Funding- Bruce
Internal Process and Communications- Kim
Transit Committee Business
Staff updates (only discuss significant updates)
List of Projects – attached (every other month- September)
Transportation Department changes - Elias
Future Agenda Items
Next Year’s Retreat Date: October 20, 2017
Any agenda items for the retreat?
Next Meeting: October 20, 2017 9:00am – 5:00pm – 4th Floor Police/Fire Training Room, Municipal Building
|July 19, 2016||7-19-16 TC Minutes|
|June 7, 2016|
|May 3, 2016||5-1-16 TC Minutes.pdf|
|March 1, 2016||3-1-16 TC Minutes.pdf|
|February 2, 2016||2-2-16 TC Minutes.pdf|
|January 5, 2016||1-5-16 TC Minutes.pdf|
|December 1, 2015||12-1-15 TC Minutes.pdf|
|November 3, 2015||11-3-15 TC Minutes.pdf|
|October 6, 2015||10-6-15 TC Minutes.pdf|
|September 1, 2015||9-1-2015 TC Minutes.pdf|
|August 4, 2015||8-4-2015 TC Minutes.pdf|
|July 7, 2015||7-7-2015 Minutes.pdf|
|June 2, 105||Minutes|
|May 5, 2015||5-5-15 TC minutes.pdf|
|April 7, 2015||4-7-2015 TC Minutes.pdf|
|March 3, 2015||3-3-15 TC Minutes.pdf|
|February 3, 2015||2-3-15 TC Minutes.pdf|
|January 6, 2015||1-6-15 TC Minutes.pdf|
For archived documents, please contact Elias Mathes.
ART Station (Asheville Transit Station)
The Asheville Bicycle/Pedestrian Task Force is a citizens’ group that works closely with City of Asheville and the French Broad River Metropolitan Planning Organization staff to give input on the needs of bicyclists and pedestrians.
Vision: A community of connected pathways that is healthy, safe and accessible for all ages.
- To educate the public about bicycle and pedestrian transportation.
- To advocate for the development and maintenance of safe, convenient and inter-connected facilities.
- To promote the benefits of walking and bicycling for individual and community health
Meetings: The ABPTF meets at 5:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month in the Asheville Fire and Rescue training room, room 402, Municipal Building, 100 Court Plaza, downtown.
For more information, please visit the webpage: http://www.abptaskforce.org/index.htm
For minutes of the Bicycle/Pedestrian Task Force go to: http://www.abptaskforce.org/