Transit Advisory Board
The next Transit Advisory Board Meeting will be held January 17, 2019 from 3 pm to 5 pm at 300 W. Lohman Avenue, second floor conference room. The agenda can be accessed here when available.
The Las Cruces Area Transit Advisory Board is seeking a representative from the business community. If you are interested in serving on the Las Cruces Area Transit Advisory Board, please contact either the City Clerk's office or Transit.
The purpose of the Transit Advisory Board (TAB) is to review the operations of the Transit program and make recommendations to the Transit Administrator for system improvements; serve as a resource group on Transit issues; and encourage support and use of the Transit system among their representative groups.
The seven-member TAB has regular meetings on the third Thursday of January, April, July, and October at 3:00 p.m. These meetings are open to the public.
The TAB members are appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council. Board members represent categories of transit users rather than representatives from individual Council Districts.
These categories are: an NMSU representative, a DACC representative, a senior citizen representative, a disabled community representative, a business community representative, and two general citizen representatives. Current TAB board members are:
- NMSU Representative - Stella Harvey
- DACC Representative - Kelly Brooks
- Disabled Community Representative - Brian Easterlin
- Senior Citizen Representative - Antonio Ringo (Chairman)
- Citizen Representative (#1) - Ken Erhard (Vice Chairman)
- Citizen Representative (#2) - Charles Clements
- Business Community Representative - VACANT
Previous minutes of the Transit Advisory Board meetings can be found here:
TAB Minutes July 20, 2017
TAB Minutes January 19, 2017
TAB Minutes November 17, 2016
TAB Minutes July 21, 2016
TAB Minutes April 21, 2016
TAB Minutes November 19, 2015
TAB Minutes September 10, 2015
TAB Minutes July 16, 2015
TAB Minutes February 26, 2015
TAB Minutes January 2018