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Region-wide transportation commission seeks policy advisors

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is seeking applicants for its policy advisory council, made up of 27 people from the nine counties of the San Francisco Bay Area.

The commission plans, finances and coordinates transportation for the Bay Area.

Council members advise the commission on such matters as improving public transit services, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and connecting transportation, housing and land use.

Council members serve four-year terms and are expected to attend meetings, which occur during business hours at the commission's offices in San Francisco. Members are reimbursed for travel and receive a stipend. The deadline to apply is Monday, June 12.

Go to the MTC website for more information and to access the application.

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Region-wide transportation commission seeks policy advisors

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Uploaded: Wed, May 31, 2017, 11:55 am

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is seeking applicants for its policy advisory council, made up of 27 people from the nine counties of the San Francisco Bay Area.

The commission plans, finances and coordinates transportation for the Bay Area.

Council members advise the commission on such matters as improving public transit services, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and connecting transportation, housing and land use.

Council members serve four-year terms and are expected to attend meetings, which occur during business hours at the commission's offices in San Francisco. Members are reimbursed for travel and receive a stipend. The deadline to apply is Monday, June 12.

Go to the MTC website for more information and to access the application.

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