C-TRAN’s Citizens Advisory Committee (CCAC) is comprised of volunteers who represent a broad spectrum of C-TRAN riders and stakeholder groups within the C-TRAN service and taxing boundary. The committee meets monthly to advise the C-TRAN Board of Directors on transit and paratransit policies, programs, plans, and other related issues to help improve transit service for our region. More information can be found in the committee's bylaws.
Have an issue or idea you'd like to share with C-TRAN? Contact your CCAC representative.
Dave Rowe At-Large Representative
Brian Packard At-Large Representative
Ronee Pillsbury-Hunter At-Large Representative
Dana Miller Bi-State Commuter Representative
Fred Dorey Business Community Representative
Joan Delzer C-VAN Rider Representative
Toni Stromberg Deaf/Hard of Hearing Representative
Zak Fernandez Developmentally Disabled Rider Representative
Patrick Torres Environmental Community Representative
Corey Grandstaff Fixed Route Rider Representative
Jennifer Klein Low Income/Social Services Representative
Dave Carl School System Representative
Stephen Schrag Senior Citizen Representative
Irwin Ho Student/Youth Rider Representative
Kelsi Watters Blind/Low Vision Representative
Become a Member
CCAC members can serve up to two, 2-year terms (for a total of four consecutive years), and must be willing to commit up to two hours per month to attend committee meetings. If you’re interested in becoming a member, please print and complete this application, then email it or mail it to the address listed. Once it’s received, the CCAC will review your application as openings become available that you are qualified to represent.
Attend a Meeting
The CCAC meets on the last Thursday of every month at 5:30 p.m. CCAC meetings are held at C-TRAN's administrative offices, 10600 N.E. 51st Circle, Vancouver. A virtual option is also available. Agendas and meeting links will be posted to this page in advance of each meeting, which are open to the public.