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Plan Development Committees

There are two advisory committees and a Steering Committee that have been formed to guide the development of these Plans. Each is described below.

Steering Committee

In May 2010, the Alameda CTC created a Steering Committee to lead the development of the Alameda Countywide Transportation Plan (CWTP) and the Transportation Expenditure Plan (TEP).

The 13-member Steering Committee represents all areas of the county and is comprised of Alameda CTC members. Click here to view the Steering Committee roster. You can learn about the next Steering Committee meeting date, as well as access previous and upcoming meeting agendas, presentations and other materials, by visiting the Alameda CTC calendar and clicking on the link provided on the meeting date.

Community Advisory Working Group (CAWG)

This 27-member working group assists in the development of both plans. Their guidance assures that the Plans are designed to meet the diverse needs of communities and businesses throughout Alameda County. The CAWG serves an advisory role to the Steering Committee. The CAWG also receives information from, and shares information with the TAWG.

CAWG members represent a broad array of perspectives and stakeholders throughout Alameda County, including:

  •     Business
  •     Civil rights
  •     Education
  •     The environment
  •     Faith-based advocacy
  •     Health
  •     Public Transit
  •     Seniors and people with disabilities
  •     Social justice

The CAWG meets the first Thursday of the month. Click here to view the CAWG member roster. You can access CAWG meeting agendas, presentations and other materials for previous and upcoming meetings by visiting the Alameda CTC calendar and clicking on the link provided on the meeting date.

Technical Advisory Working Group (TAWG)

This working group provides technical input throughout the development of the Countywide Transportation Plan and the Transportation Expenditure Plan. TAWG members evaluate and provide input on technical issues such as cost estimating and evaluation of project and program performance, TAWG members also review and provide feedback on other elements of the plan development process, such as reports, outreach and polling.  They serve in an advisory capacity to the Steering Committee.  The TAWG also receives information from, and shares information with the CAWG.

The TAWG is comprised of staff members from:

  •     Alameda County
  •     Cities
  •     Education
  •     Law enforcement
  •     Park districts
  •     Public health
  •     Regional agencies
  •     Social services
  •     Transit

The TAWG meets the second Thursday of the month. Click here to view the TAWG member roster. You can access TAWG meeting agendas, presentations and other materials for previous and upcoming meetings by visiting the Alameda CTC calendar and clicking on the link provided on the meeting date.