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AC Transit Looks to Fill Seats on the Accessibility Advisory Committee

AC Transit is looking for volunteers to fill vacancies on its Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC). The District is asking for applications from people interested in volunteering their input by serving on the committee as advocates for seniors and bus riders with disabilities.

The AAC, consisting of 14 members, typically meets on the second Tuesday of the month to address concerns about—and implement and enhance—AC Transit’s programs and services as related to seniors and people with disabilities. The committee was established specifically to review policies and procedures, as well as comment and advise the District and its seven-member Board of Directors on all matters related to bus accessibility.

Citizens appointed to serve on the committee shall serve a term of one (1) year beginning March 1, 2010. In an effort to maintain a diversified panel representative of people who are seniors, people with varying disabilities and of diverse ethnic backgrounds, two committee members will be appointed by each Director.

To learn more, and find out how to apply, read the AC Transit new brief here.

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