As part of our continued initiative to enhance public outreach, PATH is pleased to announce that the 2014-2015 one-year pilot program proved to be successful, and the PATH Riders’ Council (PRC) has been formally recognized as an official standing council. The goal of the PRC is to garner feedback from riders and improve customer service. The PRC was formed to ensure PATH riders have a voice in system design, customer service communications, and operations decision-making. The PRC consists of a cross section of riders from different geographical locations and demographics representing the PATH service area. Twenty-one volunteers serve as voting members and three volunteers serve as Resource Members (non-voting members).
PRC members will meet every other month, on the third Wednesday of the month (a total of six meetings during each term). PRC members will have the ability to call special meetings and form working groups, as needed. The pilot period has allowed time for the council members to provide formal recommendations on the new council’s structure and function. You can learn about them by reviewing meeting minutes.
The first meeting in for the 2016-2016 term was held on September 30, 2015. For a copy of the meeting agenda and minutes, click here. The public is welcomed to submit suggestions for future PRC agenda topics to the PRC directly by emailing PATHcommunity@panynj.gov.
The 2015-2016 PRC application period is currently closed. The application period will re-open at a later time. Additional details regarding application to become a member of the PRC will be posted as they are available.
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