Bicycle Advisory Committee
Caltrain's Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) serves as the primary venue for the interests and perspectives of bicyclists to be integrated into the Caltrain planning processes. This group brings new ideas for discussion and helps Caltrain guide its future investments.The committee is a partnership composed of nine volunteer members and Caltrain staff. There are three representatives from each of the three counties served by Caltrain: San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara. One member from each county is a public agency staff member responsible for bike planning and/or policy development, one is a member of a bicycle advocacy organization, and one is a Caltrain bike passenger from the general public.
The BAC meets every other month at 5:45 p.m. in San Carlos, just one block from the San Carlos Caltrain Station. All meetings are open to the public.
The current membership roster is as follows:
Representing San Francisco County:
Dan Provence, representing a public agency
Catherine Young, representing a bike organization
Garrett Turner, representing the general public
Representing San Mateo County:
Jesse Quirion, representing a public agency
Steve Vanderlip, representing a bike organization
Amitabha Banerjee, representing the general public
Representing Santa Clara County:
John Brazil, representing a public agency
Edward Saum, representing a bike organization
Wesley Brinsfield, representing the general public
Correspondence can be directed to the committee at email@example.com. Correspondence, including any personal information such as names and e-mail addresses, submitted to this agency will become disclosable public records. Any correspondence to be included in the BAC reading file must be received by 3 p.m. the day before the BAC meeting.
View the committee charter HERE
View the meeting calendar (agendas, minutes and documents) HERE.
View information on the use of bicycles on Caltrain HERE.
Interested in becoming a member? Apply HERE. Applications will be reviewed upon position openings.