The CAC is the vehicle whereby public input can be solicited to advise the Policy Board and the OahuMPO Executive Director on transportation planning issues in accordance with the OahuMPO Participation Plan. The CAC provides input on important matters raised at CAC meetings to the Policy Board at regular scheduled meetings or by written report.
Please scroll down to see the list of CAC Members.
The CAC meets every 1st Wednesday of the month from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm via Microsoft Teams. This schedule is subject to change. All meeting notices are posted on the OahuMPO website as well as the State of Hawaii Calendar of Events.
Meeting materials are posted below.
Click here for Agendas/Minutes from previous years.
The Citizen Advisory Committee consists of non-governmental organizations and City and County of Honolulu neighborhood boards as approved for CAC membership by the Policy Board. The CAC shall be broadly based, include minorities and disadvantaged groups, reflected through the composition of its member organizations, and have an interest in and
concern for the transportation planning process.
Organizations interested in becoming members are encouraged to attend CAC meetings first. The application process includes earning at least four attendance credits within the twelve months prior to submitting a membership application.
Current members may update their contact information with the OahuMPO, click here.
The current CAC Chair is Jo Jordan and the Vice Chair is Ken Farm. The general CAC voting membership is as follows:
|American Planning Association||Jared Chang|
|American Society of Civil Engineers||Tony Gaston|
|Citizens for a Fair ADA ride||Donald Sakamoto|
|Committee for Balanced Transportation||Joe Magaldi|
|Gentry Homes, Ltd.||Deb Luning|
|Hawai‘i Association of the Blind||Anthony Akamaine|
|Hawai‘i Bicycling League||Travis Counsell|
|Hawai‘i Teamsters / Allied Workers, Local 996||Wayne Kaululaau|
|Institute of Transportation Engineers||Robert Nehmad|
|Ka‘a‘awa Community Association||Andrea Anixt|
|Land Use Research Foundation of Hawai’i||David Arakawa|
|League of Women Voters||Marcia Linville|
|North Shore Chamber of Commerce||Roxana Jimenez|
|Palehua Townhouses||Michael Golojuch|
|Waikīkī Residents’ Association||Daisy Murai|
|NB#01 Hawai‘i Kai||Roberta Mayor|
|NB#02 Kuliouou-Kalani Iki||Linda Starr|
|NB#03 Wai‘alae-Kahala||Les Fukuda|
|NB#05 Diamond Head-Kapahulu||Bert Narita|
|NB#07 Mānoa||Kama Hopkins|
|NB#08 McCully-Mo‘ili‘ili||Matthew Prellberg|
|NB#09 Waikiki||Kathryn Henski|
|NB#10 Makiki-Lower Punchbowl-Tantalus||Fred Nakahara|
|NB#11 Ala Moana-Kaka‘ako||Lynn Mariano|
|NB#12 Nu‘uanu-Punchbowl||Zack Stoddard|
|NB#13 Downtown/Chinatown||Ernest Caravalho|
|NB#14 Liliha-Pu‘unui- ʻĀlewa -Kamehameha Hts||Cora Yamamoto|
|NB#15 Kalihi- Pālama||Kendrick Farm|
|NB#18 Āliamanu – Salt Lake||Chace Shigemasa|
|NB#21 Pearl City||Larry Veray|
|NB#22 Waipahu||Matthew Weyer|
|NB#23 ‘Ewa||John Rogers|
|NB#24 Wai‘anae Coast||Jo Jordan|
|NB#25 Mililani-Waipio-Melemanu||Elise Carmody|
|NB#26 Wahiawā-Whitmore Village||Joe Francher|
|NB #27 North Shore||Robert Leinau|
|NB#29 Kahalu‘u||Ken LeVassuer|
|NB#34 Makakilo-Kapolei Honokai Hale||Frank Genadio|
|NB#35 Mililani Mauka-Launani Valley||Dean Hazama|
|NB#36 Nānākuli-Ma‘ili||Robert Landford|