•Keep the cost of a student UPASS down by encouraging students to supporting a universal benefit to students.
•This has to be approved by students by student vote slated for April 16th through 27th. Should the vote not be approved by students, the cost of the U-Pass could double in price to cover expenses.
•If students are paying for something, they’re more likely to use it.
•Create less demand for parking on campus as students are more likely to use mass transit.
•Incentivizing sustainable transportation options.
•Decrease the campus carbon footprint.
To serve as representative of the interests of the student body in regard to the development of current and future transportation programs, including but not limited to, the UPASS. Our input will guide decisions to ensure access, viability and effectiveness of transportation options for the University of Washington Tacoma campus.
As the Transportation Advisory Board, it is the responsibility of its members, in collaboration with Transportation Services, to advise, report, and make recommendation to the UW Tacoma administration in regards to Transportation Service programs and policies.
2017-2018 Board Members
Emmett Kang, Director of University Affairs, ASUWT
Sarah Cho, Studnet
Emily Casebeer, Student
Galen Guffy, Administrative Assistant Supervisor, Finance
LeAnne Laux-Bachand, M.A., Lecturer, SIAS
James Sinding, Auxiliary Services and Transportation Services Manager
Zack Hasemann, Auxiliary Services Program Assistant, Finance
Wednesday, November 1st 12:00-1:00 PM, TPS 110
March 9th, Proposal Vote and Campaign Planning with Alta and Downtown on the Go