Multimodal Advisory Board
The purpose of the Multimodal Advisory Board is to make recommendations on the operation and administration of the city multimodal transportation systems, including Durango Transit service and bicycle and pedestrian facilities.
The board makes recommendations on policies and procedures for consideration and adoption, it adopts a service plan to include all multi-modal routes, public transportation fares, levels and times of service. It also makes recommendations regarding the operation and capital budget for the multi-modal services provided.
At a Glance
|Established by||Ordinance O-1984-21, Resolution R-2014-2|
|Number on Board||Seven voting members, two nonvoting members|
|Length of Term||Three years|
|Council Liaison||Barbara Noseworthy|
|Regular Meeting Time||Third Wednesday of every month at 4:00 pm|
|Regular Meeting Location||Transit Center, 250 W. 8th Avenue|
All members are appointed by the City Council. Membership consists of: one business owner within city limits, one in public health, one FLC student representative (in this member's absence the FLC staff member will vote), one senior / disadvantaged / disabled representative, 9-R representative, one citizen at-large representing bicycle interests, and one at-large citizen. City residency is not required.
|Scott Graham, Citizen At-Large||03/05/2018||01/31/2021|
|John Shaw, Business Owner||09/04/2019||01/31/2023|
|Kathy Morris, 9-R School District Representative||02/07/2017||01/31/2020|
|Spencer Compton, Citizen At-Large/Cycling||02/07/2017||01/31/2020|
|Sarah Dodson, Assistant Transportation Director||NA||NA|
|Amber Blake, Assistant City Manager||NA||NA|
|Ellen Stein, Senior/Disabled/Disadvantaged Community Representative||02/19/2019||01/31/2022|
|Liane Jollon, Public Health Representative||02/19/2019||01/31/2022|
|Lisa Brown, ASFLC Representative||NA||NA|
|Mark Mastalski, FLC Faculty Rep||NA||NA|
|Barbara Noseworthy, City Council Liaison||NA||NA|