Six Orange County residents have been selected to be part of the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC), a 34-member group that provides input on transportation projects, studies and outreach activities.
CAC members add value in many ways, such as identifying opportunities for community input, serving as liaisons between the public and OCTA, and participating in roundtable discussions. Selected by members of the OCTA Board of Directors, CAC participants can serve unlimited two-year terms and play a vital role in OCTA’s efforts to incorporate public feedback into the agency’s transportation decision-making process.
CAC members provide input on transportation projects, programs, services and outreach activities. The CAC also has a Bicycle and Pedestrian Subcommittee, which meets quarterly to discuss items related to active transportation. To learn more about the CAC, click here.
New members include:
- Randy Styner of Garden Grove
- Lisandro Orozco of Santa Ana
- Damon Tordini of Santa Ana
- Nick Polichetti of Placentia
- Kellie Aamody of Laguna Niguel
- Victoria Michaels of Anaheim