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Notice of Membership Opportunities - Social Services Transportation Advisory Council

SANDAG is seeking applications for membership openings on the Social Services Transportation Advisory Council. The California Public Utilities Code requires SANDAG to strive to attain geographic and minority representation among the SSTAC membership from a broad representation of providers and the public. SANDAG seeks to fill openings on the SSTAC with a diverse group of persons who are representative of the community. SANDAG highly encourages applications from persons of all races and economic backgrounds for the following four vacancies:

One (1) representative for special interest alternates

Two (2) representatives for at-large alternates

One (1) representative of social service providers serving seniors

Membership will begin August 1, 2014, and continue for a three-year term with the opportunity for membership renewal for one additional term. Interested applicants must submit an application to SANDAG that includes information on each of the following items: the position they are seeking to fill, availability for bi-monthly meetings, qualifications and background, and geographic representation. Due to their public service status, SSTAC members must meet strict conflict of interest standards. Statements of interest are due to SANDAG by May 19, 2014.

SSTAC FY15 Membership Application
SSTAC FY15 Membership Application – Large Print

The Social Services Transportation Advisory Council (SSTAC) works to respond to federal and state requirements, as well as local concerns, regarding accessibility issues.

Responsibilities include review and guidance on federal funding programs for the elderly and disabled, coordination of vehicles for elderly and disabled persons, special studies, and providing input on the legal and practical requirements regarding accessibility at transit facilities.

More information is available at