Board of Directors
The ALLIANCE is a public agency organized as a Joint Powers Authority governed by a board of 18 elected officials, one from each of the 17 ALLIANCE member cities and the County. The Board meets five times a year for the purpose of adopting a work plan and budget, developing policy, and reviewing ALLIANCE performance. ALL Board Meetings are open to the public and meeting minutes are public record.
For directions to meeting sites, please click on meeting location.
Board of Directors
Click here for 2012-2013, 2011-2012, 2010-2011 Board of Directors Meeting Agendas and Minutes.
2013-2014 Board of Directors
Richard Garbarino, Chair, City of South San Francisco
Jeffrey Gee, Vice-Chair, City of Redwood City
Elizabeth Lewis, Town of Atherton
Christine Wozniak, City of Belmont
Clarke Conway, City of Brisbane
Jerry Deal, City of Burlingame
Rae Gonzalez, Town of Colma
Raymond Buenaventura, City of Daly City
David Woods, City of East Palo Alto
Steve Okamoto, City of Foster City
Marina Fraser, City of Half Moon Bay
Shawn Christianson, Town of Hillsborough
Wayne Lee, City of Millbrae
Sue Digre, City of Pacifica
Jim Ruane, City of San Bruno
Karen Clapper, City of San Carlos
Robert Ross, City of San Mateo
Dave Pine, County of San Mateo
Click here for 2012-2013, 2011-2012, 2010-2011 Supervisory Committee Meeting Agendas and Minutes.
2013-2014 Supervisory Committee
Susan Kennedy, Chair, City of South San Francisco
Maria Saguisag-Sid, Vice-Chair, City of Brisbane
Corinne Goodrich, San Mateo County Transit District
Jesse Myott, City of Daly City
Susan Wheeler, City of Redwood City
Gary Heap, P.E., City of San Mateo
John Hoang, San Mateo City/County Association of Governments
Randy Torrijos, Office of Supervisor Dave Pine
Click here for current Alliance Strategic Plan 2010 - 2013
Shuttle Business Practices
As of November 2011, over 40 shuttles operate in San Mateo County including both commuter and community shuttles. Shuttles are operated, maintained, and funded by a variety of different entities and stakeholders. While the overall shuttle program is very strong and generates significant ridership, services have been developed without a consistent approach and opportunity exists to potentially improve coordination and management practices.
The San Mateo County Shuttle Business Practices Guidebook and Development Report seek to identify strategies and frameworks to more effectively and efficiently manage San Mateo County's shuttle business practices over the next three to five years.
Shuttle Business Practices Guidebook Development Report (PDF, 1.3 MB)
Shuttle Business Practices Guidebook (PDF, 1.3 MB)
Over the course of the last year, representatives from the Alliance, C/CAG, the Transportation Authority and SamTrans convened a Task Force to conduct a Shuttle Business Practices Study. One of the goals as we approached this project was to identify areas where the efforts of the four agencies could be streamlined, collaboration could be increased and roles better identified. We are pleased to have completed our initial efforts and to acknowledge that our efforts to date are already seeing results. C/CAG and the TA are working on a joint call for projects in March and the Alliance and SamTrans are discussing the possibility of a joint RFP for shuttle service, all a direct result of this work. We also want to acknowledge that Guidebook and supporting information are living documents that will continue to be developed an assessed by the Steering Committee and that the various boards will be asked to approve specific issues as necessary.
Please contact any of the Task Force members should you need additional assistance. For the Alliance, that is John Ford, Executive Director.