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Transportation Advisory Board

The Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) was created by City Council ordinance in 1997 to provide recommendations to the Transportation Division, Mayor Erin Mendenhall, and City Council regarding transportation decisions and issues affecting Salt Lake City.

Contact Information

Amy Lyons

Office Facilitator

(801) 535-6630 or Amy.Lyons@slcgov.com

 

Agendas and Minutes

Bylaws and Governing Documents

Electronic and Hybrid Meeting Policy

The Board voted to adopt a policy allowing electronic meetings pursuant to the State Code requirement for the Open and Public Meetings Act, allowing Board members or city participants to either attend in person or electronically with a minimum notice of 3 days.  This change was voted on and adopted on May 2, 2022

The Board voted to continue meeting electronically, including the public being able to attend and comment electronically while also having a physical anchor location for those who want to attend in person.  This change was voted on and adopted on May 2, 2022


Meeting Information

First Monday of the month, beginning at 4:00 p.m.

349 S 200 E, Ste 150, Salt Lake City, UT 84111


Member Qualifications

The Transportation Advisory Board consists of up to 15 members, each serving three-year terms. Membership consists of one resident from each of the City’s seven (7) city council districts, one representative of the Salt Lake City school district and one member of the bicycle standing committee. Other individuals, representing organizations with continuing interest and involvement in city transportation issues affecting Salt Lake City may be appointed members, including, for example, but not limited to, the League of Women Voters, the Downtown Alliance, the Utah Transit Authority, the Downtown Retail Merchants Association, the University of Utah, the Utah Department of Transportation, or a business organization. The Transportation Director and a representative of the Salt Lake City Police Department shall be ex officio members of the board with no voting privileges.

Residency Requirements: Must be a resident of the State. (Ord. 67-13, 2013)


Powers and Duties

  • Provide feedback on actions and studies underway by the Transportation Division
  • Review local and regional transportation issues and make recommendations to the transportation director, Mayor Mendenhall or city council
  • Assist in the development, implementation and ongoing updating of the city’s transportation master plans
  • Promote travel demand management strategies and encourage use of nonautomotive transportation modes
  • Promote public education of transportation issues affecting the city
  • Provide recommendations regarding priority and funding of transportation related capital improvement projects

 

Current Members

Member Serving Since Council District/Organization Term Expires
Vacant   1  
Jim Espeland May 2020 2 Sept 2023
Dave Alderman Feb 2018 3 Feb 2024
Daniel Mendoza Nov 2017 4 Sept 2025
Johnnae Nardone July 2022 5 Sept 2025
Ellen Reddick Nov 2017 6 Sept 2023

Suzanne Stensaas Vice-Chair

Oct 2017 7 Sept 2025
Daniel Houpt Dec 2022 Bicycle Advisory Committee Vice-Chair Dec 2022
Paul Schulte  Aug 2017 SLC School District Sept 2023
Tyler Schmidt March 2022 UDOT Sept 2025
Vacant   University of Utah  
Leo Masic July 2022 UTA Sept 2025

Greg Sanchez                Chair

2019 ITE (Utah Chapter) Dec 2022

Myron Willson

2020 HEAL Utah Sept 2023
Vacant      

The Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) was created by City Council ordinance in 1997 to provide recommendations to the Transportation Division, Mayor Erin Mendenhall, and City Council regarding transportation decisions and issues affecting Salt Lake City.

Contact Information

Amy Lyons

Office Facilitator

(801) 535-6630 or Amy.Lyons@slcgov.com

 

Agendas and Minutes

Bylaws and Governing Documents

Electronic and Hybrid Meeting Policy

The Board voted to adopt a policy allowing electronic meetings pursuant to the State Code requirement for the Open and Public Meetings Act, allowing Board members or city participants to either attend in person or electronically with a minimum notice of 3 days.  This change was voted on and adopted on May 2, 2022

The Board voted to continue meeting electronically, including the public being able to attend and comment electronically while also having a physical anchor location for those who want to attend in person.  This change was voted on and adopted on May 2, 2022


Meeting Information

First Monday of the month, beginning at 4:00 p.m.

349 S 200 E, Ste 150, Salt Lake City, UT 84111


Member Qualifications

The Transportation Advisory Board consists of up to 15 members, each serving three-year terms. Membership consists of one resident from each of the City’s seven (7) city council districts, one representative of the Salt Lake City school district and one member of the bicycle standing committee. Other individuals, representing organizations with continuing interest and involvement in city transportation issues affecting Salt Lake City may be appointed members, including, for example, but not limited to, the League of Women Voters, the Downtown Alliance, the Utah Transit Authority, the Downtown Retail Merchants Association, the University of Utah, the Utah Department of Transportation, or a business organization. The Transportation Director and a representative of the Salt Lake City Police Department shall be ex officio members of the board with no voting privileges.

Residency Requirements: Must be a resident of the State. (Ord. 67-13, 2013)


Powers and Duties

  • Provide feedback on actions and studies underway by the Transportation Division
  • Review local and regional transportation issues and make recommendations to the transportation director, Mayor Mendenhall or city council
  • Assist in the development, implementation and ongoing updating of the city’s transportation master plans
  • Promote travel demand management strategies and encourage use of nonautomotive transportation modes
  • Promote public education of transportation issues affecting the city
  • Provide recommendations regarding priority and funding of transportation related capital improvement projects

 

Current Members

Member Serving Since Council District/Organization Term Expires
Courtney Reeser (Chair) July 2016 1 Sept 2022
Jim Espeland May 2020 2 Sept 2023
Dave Alderman Feb 2018 3 Feb 2024
Daniel Mendoza Nov 2017 4 Sept 2025
Johnnae Nardone July 2022 5 Sept 2025
Ellen Reddick Nov 2017 6 Sept 2023
Suzanne Stensaas Oct 2017 7 Sept 2025
Daniel Houpt Dec 2022 Bicycle Advisory Committee Vice-Chair Dec 2022
Paul Schulte  Aug 2017 SLC School District Sept 2023
Tyler Schmidt March 2022 UDOT Sept 2025
Vacant   University of Utah  
Leo Masic July 2022 UTA Sept 2025
Greg Sanchez 2019 ITE (Utah Chapter) Dec 2022

Myron Willson (Vice-Chair)

2020 HEAL Utah Sept 2023
Vacant