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Get updates The Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Advisory Committee shall:
  • Make recommendations to the staff, and City Council on the delivery of TDM programs, activities, services, and policies.   
  • Coordinate and monitor the implementation of the Citywide TDM effort in order to achieve reductions in employment-related single occupant vehicle traffic.
  • Recommend to City Council improvements in City services and facilities to   assist employers in reducing single occupant vehicles. 
  • Implement commute alternative programs.
  • Coordinate TDM efforts with all employers and complexes in the City.
  • Coordinate TDM efforts with local and regional agencies as designated by the City. 
  • Serve as liaison between the City and business community. 
  • Schedule and implement at least one commuter transportation event by hosting an on-site Commuter Fair to help promote commute alternatives to employees and/or tenants.
  • Provide support to coordinate and/or participate at the annual Bike to Work Day Energizer Station.

MEETING INFORMATION

MEMBERS

Patricia Hennigan
Salon X
Term Expires: January 2022
Bryan Weathers
The Sports Basement
Term Expires: January 2022
Yolanda Serrato
San Ramon Marriott Hotel
Term Expires: January 2021
Chris Weeks
Sunset Development
Term Expires: January 2022
Andrew Nice
SR Regional Medical Center
Term Expires: January 2021

Jackie Teixeira Alternate #1
TRC Retail
Term Expires: January 2022
VACANT - Alternate #2
Term Expires: January 2021

 

STAFF CONTACT 

Darlene Amaral - Senior Administrative Analyst
(925) 973-2655
damaral@sanramon.ca.gov

Public Comment Instructions

On September 14, 2020, the Health Officer of Contra Costa County issued Order No. HO-COVID19-28 and HO COVID19-35 on November 4, 2020 that directed that all individuals living in the county to continue to comply with social distancing and face covering requirements and avoid most gatherings, and directing government agencies to comply with specified restrictions necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Under the Governor’s Executive Order N-29-20, this meeting may utilize teleconferencing. As a precaution to protect the health and safety of staff, officials, and the general public. Committee members will not be physically in attendance, but will be available via video conference.

There will be no physical location for members of the public to participate in the meeting. We encourage members of the public to shelter in place and access the meeting online using the web-video communication application, Zoom. Zoom participants will have the opportunity to speak during Public Comment (for topics not on the agenda), in addition to each of the agendized items.

This Committee meeting will be conducted on the web-video communication platform, Zoom. In order to view and/or participate in this meeting, members of the public will need to download Zoom from its website, www.zoom.com. It is recommended that anyone wishing to participate in the meeting complete the download process before the start of the meeting.

All public comment is subject to the 3 minute time restriction.

MEETING:

HOW TO VIEW THE MEETING REMOTELY

1.  Livestream online at: 

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2.  For audio access to the meeting by telephone, use the dial-in information below:

+1 (669) 900-6833 

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HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THE MEETING REMOTELY

1.  Provide live remote public comments: 

From a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device.

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To supplement a PC, Mac, tablet or device without audio, please also join by phone: +1 (669)900-6833

To comment by video conference, click the “Raise Your Hand” button or *9 on your telephone to request to speak when Public Comment is being taken on the Agenda item. You will then be unmuted when it is your turn to make your comment for up to 3 minutes. After the allotted time, you will then be re-muted.

2.  Provide public written comments prior to the meeting by email to asekhon@sanramon.ca.gov.