Campus Transportation Committee

The Campus Transportation Committee is an advisory body to Transportation Demand Management (TDM) at Facilities & Services and the campus community on matters relating to Campus Transportation. The purpose of the committee is to advise the campus on transportation issues affecting students, faculty and staff.

Responsibilities include:

  1. Helping to identify needs for and share information about pedestrian safety initiatives and priorities to the campus and communities, in cooperation with TDM and the Division of Public Safety.
  2. Working with Facilities & Services and the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District (CUMTD) to review and recommend improvements to student, faculty, and staff bus service.
  3. Working with TDM and F&S Sustainability to review and make recommendations for prioritizing bicycle infrastructure, education, and enforcement on campus.
  4. Advising about establishment of additional active transportation programs, such as ridematching, a guaranteed ride home program, and similar mode-shift strategies.
  5. Making the committee available to F&S or other campus/community units for the purposes of reviewing and commenting on matters relating to student, faculty, and staff transportation.

*Changes in the student transportation fee must be approved by student referendum.

A minimum of 5 undergraduate student members (one must be ISS president or designee who is an ISS officer)
A minimum of 3 faculty/staff members
2-3 ex-officio members

Term Limit
Faculty and Staff committee members will serve for a maximum of three consecutive years. Student committee members will be appointed for one academic year, and will have to go through the committee selection process thereafter to serve on the committee again.