Alameda CTC Chair Scott Haggerty
Feb 4, 2014 at 1:06pm
Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty helped spearhead the creation of the Alameda CTC (by merging two agencies), and has served as its Chair since January 2013. Read more....
As a County Supervisor, he travels extensively to and from meetings and events, using all forms of available transportation. Because he lives in Dublin and spends a large portion of his time working in Oakland (and traveling between), he takes advantage of BART when his schedule allows because it allows him the freedom to get work done while commuting, and is grateful for the High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes on I-580 when he travels by car. He and his family drive, take BART, or ride bikes, depending on where they need to go.
“My favorite experiences while getting around Alameda County are stories shared with me by people who live, work and travel throughout Alameda County. I devote a large portion of my time to working on projects and programs intended to improve mobility and access for people whether be it by automobile, transit, bicycling or walking,” says Commissioner Haggerty. “I’m pleased that the accountability of our commission and staff and community advisory committees are ensuring that taxpayers’ dollars are being spent as promised. Local sales tax dollars as well as state and federal funds are improving access and mobility throughout the county. I’m always pleased to hear reports about the positive results of these efforts.”