SRTC Policy Board
SRTC is governed by a Policy Board consisting of 14 voting members and three ex officio non-voting members, including:
One person representing Spokane Transit Authority; One person representing Spokane Airport Board; An elected official from a small town to represent jurisdictions with populations fewer than 5,000; Three elected officials from a small town to represent jurisdictions with populations between 5,001 and 50,000 people; One elected official from each respective governing body with a population between 50,001 and 100,000; Two elected officials from each respective governing body with a population over 100,001; Two State Transportation representatives; one from the Washington State Department of Transportation appointed by the Secretary of Transportation and one from the Washington State Transportation Commission appointed by the Chair of the Commission; One person representating a major employer, with preference for a provider of private sector transportation services within the region; The Chair of SRTC’s Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC); One representative of the rail industry; and The Chair of the Transportation Technical Committee (TTC).
March 13, 2014 • 1:00 p.m.– 2:30 p.m.
221 W. First Ave., Suite 310, Spokane, WA 99201
Todd Mielke, Spokane County Commissioner
David Condon, Mayor, City of Spokane
Jon Snyder, City of Spokane, Council Member
Ben Wick, City of Spokane Valley, Council Member
Richard Schoen, Small Towns Representative
Joe Tortorelli, Washington State Transportation Commission
Keith Metcalf, Washington State Department of Transportation
Al French, Spokane County Commissioner
Steve Peterson, Mayor of Liberty Lake
Tom Trulove, Mayor, City of Cheney
Patrick Rushing, Mayor, City of Airway Heights
Lawrence J. Krauter, Spokane Airports
E. Susan Meyer, Spokane Transit Authority
Lawrence Stone, Private Sector Transportation Provider
Paul Kropp, Transportation Advisory Committee Chair (Ex Officio)
Andrew Staples, Transportation Technical Committee Chair (Ex Officio)
Matt Ewers, Spokane Rail Representative (Ex Officio)
The Board meets every second Thursday of the month at 1 p.m. at the Spokane Intermodal Transit Center (Amtrak/Greyhound Station), 221 W. First Ave., Ste. 310. The public is welcome to attend Board meetings and there is opportunity for public comment. All meeting dates are subject to change.