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PURPOSE:To review and report on the licensing and regulation of public passenger vehicle services provided within the city or to city residents, and to review and report on other modes of public ground transportation including transportation by buses, para-transit services, trolley and street cars, rail transport and other methods of public passenger transport that are or may become available within the city or to city residents and persons employed within the city.

COMPOSITION: Eleven members. Eight members appointed by the president of the common council and 3 members appointed by the mayor, all subject to Common Council confirmation. Members appointed by the president of the common council must include at least two persons having experience working with taxicab services, one member must represent Milwaukee county transit services, one member must represent limousine or shuttle services, one member must represent downtown business and transportation interests, one member must representing the interests of handicapped passengers, one member must neither own nor lease a motor vehicle for personal use and who relies on public passenger transportation for personal travel, and one member of the common council. Members appointed by the mayor shall include at least one person with experience in city development or public works. The president of the common council shall designate a chair from among the members. All members of the public transportation review board shall serve terms of three years beginning July 1, 2011. Each member shall designate in writing an alternate to act in the absence of the member. The city residency requirements of s. 320-3 shall not apply to any member representing the interests of Milwaukee County transit services or any member representing the interests of handicapped passengers. A person named as an alternate by a member who is not subject to the city residency requirements of s. 320-3 shall also be exempt from the city residency requirement.

Due to the nature of the business conducted by this body, members are required to file a Statement of Economic Interests with the Board of Ethics.

CREATING AUTHORITY: Common Council File Number 101220, 110090, 110206, 180209

SALARY: None

STAFFING: Ms. Joanna Polanco, 286-2366

LAST UPDATED: May 8, 2018