The University Council of the Association for Commuter Transportation is North America’s most respected association for professionals who specialize in transportation issues for universities and college campuses. The Council addresses and shares information related to universities, including public-private partnerships, land use, parking management, alternative commute strategies, transit services, and community involvement.
The Council contributes information to ACT’s journal TDM Review, sponsors periodic conference calls, and holds meetings and special sessions during the ACT International Conference.
University Council Participants
University Council members represent a diverse cross-section of both public and private university or related representatives who develop or manage a variety of transportation programs. The core group of participants represents university parking managers, facilities and real estate professionals, human resource managers, transportation planners, transit and shuttle managers, transportation management associations (TMAs), and commute assistance professionals.
For more information, contact University Council leadership:
Chair: Penny Menton, UCLA Events and Transportation Vice Chair: Stacey King, Harvard University Transportation Services
Secretary: Jeffrey Olschwang, UCLA Events and Transportation Public Policy Committee Liaison: Gary Cremeens, Cornell University Program Chair: Stacey King, Harvard University Transportation Services Communications Chair: Brian Shaw, Stanford University