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Public Transport Advisory Group

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Public Transport Advisory Group

Updated 12 June 2020 8:27am

Greater Wellington has established a public transport advisory group to provide consumer advice to help inform our Metlink business and our Transport Committee.

We’re looking for people with an interest in public transport and active modes of travel throughout the Wellington region.

In this round of appointments we're looking for people who are able to represent the following specific perspectives:

  • Employers
  • Business/retail sector
  • Mana whenua, Māori.

We need people with the ability to look at the bigger picture as well as unique community perspectives. As a whole the group will reflect the diversity of our region and provide:

  • Broad representation of perspectives and consumer needs
  • Governance experience
  • Geographic spread
  • Demographic diversity

If this sounds like you, apply now by filling in the application form linked below.

Applicants must be 16 years or older.

 

Greater Wellington Regional Council membership
Cr David Lee
Other membership

Thomas Bryan

Lily Chalmers 

David Cuthbert

Sunia Foliaki 

Marko Garlick 

Ronja Gustafsson

Raewyn Hailes 

Alicia Harris 

Andrew Lensen

Vaughn Liley 

Michelle Lewis

Genevieve McLachlan 

Michael Mellor

Ben Peterson

Miles Reay

John Sibanda 

Russell Tregonning 

Kaeden Watts 

Group functions

To provide advice from a consumer perspective to inform the business of Metlink and the Transport Committee (as required).

Terms of Reference 

 Public Transport Advisory Group Terms of Reference

Apply now

Application form

For enquiries contact ptag@gw.govt.nz

The Council is also looking for further applications from people within the Kāpiti Coast area who are able to represent the following perspectives:

·         Peak users (rail and bus)

·         Off peak users (rail and bus)

·         Active mode users (walking, cycling and micro-mobility)

·         Rural

·         Disability accessibility

·         Transport dependent

·         Tertiary students

·         Youth

·         Senior citizens

·         Employers

·         Business/retail sector

Mana whenua, Māori.