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Social Services Transportation Advisory Council

Social Services Transportation Advisory Council Bylaws
The Social Services Transportation Advisory Council (SSTAC) was established under the Transportation Development Act (TDA) and Senate Bill No. 498, approved by the Governor of California on September 16, 1987, that require the establishment of social services transportation advisory councils to serve as advisory bodies to Regional Transportation Planning Agencies regarding transit needs of transit dependent and transit disadvantaged persons, including the elderly, handicapped, and person of limited means.

The SSTAC serves as an advisory body to the Tehama County Transportation Commission (TCTC); the primary goal is to make recommendations to the TCTC regarding the transit needs of transit dependent and transit disadvantaged persons, including the elderly, handicapped and persons of limited means. The SSTAC is also meant to be used as a platform to ensure citizen participation throughout the region. The annual unmet transit needs hearing is held to ensure community participation and to solicit, as much as possible, input from transit dependent populations.

Members of the SSTAC go through an application process and are then appointed by the TCTC, serving staggered terms in intervals of one (1) to up to three (3) years. Appointed Council members are from a broad representation of social service and transit providers, as listed in the SSTAC Bylaws.

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