Transportation Commission

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The Transportation Commission was created on December 5, 1989 and consists of five (5) members, appointed by individual Councilmembers, and two (2) members appointed by the Council as a whole (at-large). Each member of the Commission shall serve a two-year term commencing June 1st following a general municipal election. Members shall have a significant interest in the City such as residency, business or residential ownership, economic involvement or some other valid link to be determined by the City Council. Members shall not be officers or employees of the City.

The Transportation Commission shall analyze transportation, transit and parking issues and make policy recommendations to the City Council; consider alternative transit solutions and make recommendations to the City Council and the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission; analyze and develop regional transportation solutions for West Hollywood's transportation problems; make recommendations to the City Council regarding certain on-street parking controls in accordance with a procedures policy adopted by the City Council; and review any amendments to the Circulation and Traffic Element of the General Plan, and make recommendations to the City Council.  Click here to view the Municipal Code Section governing the duties of the Transportation Commission.

The Transportation Commission meets the 3rd Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in the 1st Floor Community Conference Room at City Hall, located at 8300 Santa Monica Blvd.  For more information, contact the Commission's Staff Liaison, Bob Cheung at 323-848-6346 or the Commission's Secretary, Danny Casillas at 323-848-6337.

The current Transportation Commissioners are:

Chair: William Doebler
Vice Chair: Dan Wentzel

Members:
Richard Bernard
Misti Cooper
David Eichman
Evan Richter
David Warren