Traffic Reduction and Mobility Advisory Committee

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Meetings

Meetings are open to the public and input from community members is welcome. At least once a year, the Traffic Reduction and Mobility Advisory Committee (TMAC) staff consolidates and presents the committee's ideas and recommended work-plan to City Council.

Regular meetings will be held on the second Wednesday of every other month. Tentative meeting dates for 2023 are:

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

Members

Member NameTerm
John Selix, Chair
March 2021 - February 2024
Karen Jaber, Vice Chair
March 2022 - February 2025
Clayton KunzMarch 2021 - February 2024
Nick BockhSeptember 2022 - February 2024
Mayra MadrizMarch 2022 - February 2025


The TMAC is comprised of five members: one member at large, two bicycle transportation advocates, and two pedestrian transportation advocates. Four of the members must be City of Mill Valley residents. One of the members may be a resident of the unincorporated area of Mill Valley. All members are individuals with a demonstrated interest in developing alternative modes of transportation as well as a balanced interest in community development. Committee members are appointed by City Council to serve for 3-year terms, with a 2 term maximum. The TMAC is chaired by a citizen member elected by the TMAC, and this position rotates annually.

Overview

History

City Council established the BPAC (now TMAC) in 1999 to produce the Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan which was adopted in 2000. In 2003 and 2008 the City re-established the BPAC for the purpose of updating the Plan. In 2009, City Council established a permanent committee to meet quarterly.

In February, 2024, the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee was renamed to the Traffic Reduction and Mobility Advisory Committee.

Responsibilities

The purpose of the TMAC is to recommend bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure improvements, monitor implementation of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan, and provide a venue for public input on matters related to bicycle and pedestrian facilities and programs. The TMAC is an advisory committee to the City Council and City staff with no decision or policy-making authority. Staff support is provided by the Department of Public Works and appointed by the Director of Public Works.

Staff Support

Staff Reports

Contact TMAC: