Get more out of your CASTA membership! Participate in a committee or two. Serving on CASTA committees is voluntary and open to anyone employed by a CASTA member agency. Don’t worry – meetings are typically held at the two conferences or by phone and do not require extensive preparation or follow-up. Committees serve as advisory bodies for staff and board to ensure CASTA is representing and working on the issues critical to the CASTA membership.

2019 Fall Conference Committee Meeting Agendas

Legislative Committee

Develops and purses CASTA’s state and federal advocacy agenda.  The Legislative Committee meets twice a year at the two transit conferences and by phone during the legislative session.

Colorado Resort Transit Providers (CREST)

Addresses issues specific to providing transit in mountain resort communities. The CREST committee meets during the two transit conferences and more often at the discretion of the chair.

Human Services Transportation (formerly Elderly and Disabled Transportation Providers)

Tackles issues specific to operating transportation for the elderly and people with disabilities.  Meetings typically include an educational component followed by topical discussion.  Committee meets at least twice a year at the two transit conferences and more often at the discretion of the chair.

Electric Bus Operators Committee

This committee is for agencies in Colorado that are thinking about adding, are in process of transitioning to, or are already operating electric vehicles as part of their fleet. Meetings usually occur twice a year and include a discussion around questions and successes agencies are seeing with their fleet electrification initiatives.

Rural Transit Assistance Program (RTAP) Advisory Committee

Chair: Dawn Block, City of La Junta

The RTAP committee is made up of representatives from rural and specialized transit agencies. The committee oversees the administration of the RTAP contract for CDOT, discusses regional and agency specific training needs and makes suggestions on how CASTA can assist in meeting those needs. This committee meets quarterly, with two of those meetings scheduled in conjunction with CASTA’s conferences.

Colorado Mobility and Action Coalition (CMAC)

Chair: Sarah Dodson, City of Durango

CMAC provides an effective support network for anyone in Colorado who works in coordination and/or Mobility Management. The group aims to promote mobility needs, issues, and accomplishments through education and awareness. Our conference calls and online group portal allow for information sharing such as funding and educational opportunities, workshops, resources, and other support functions. We conduct regular sessions at CASTA conferences, to which all are welcome.

For more information visit our CMAC Webpage.