Citizen Advisory Committee

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.

CAC Bylaws

Please scroll down to see the list of CAC Members.

Meetings

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.

Microsoft Teams Tutorial

Meeting materials are posted below.

Date Agenda Minutes Other materials
Dec 7, 2022 Agenda
November 2, 2022 Agenda Draft Minutes Presentation Slides
HSTP 2045 Website
Oct 5, 2022 Agenda Minutes CAC Bylaws
Resolution
Presentation Slides
Executive Director’s Report
Sept. 7, 2022 Agenda Minutes CAC Membership Application: Ulupono
DRAFT Title VI Environmental Justice Implementation Plan
Executive Director’s Report
Presentation Slides
Aug 3, 2022 Agenda Minutes CAC Bylaws
Executive Director’s Report
Presentation Slides
July 6, 2022 Agenda Minutes Executive Director’s Report
Presentation Slides
June 1, 2022 Agenda Minutes Executive Director’s Report
TIP Revision #6
TIP Revision #6 IGR Comments 
NB#21 Resolution and Supporting Docs
Presentation Slides
May 4, 2022 Agenda Minutes Executive Director’s Report
Presentation Slides
Overall Work Program FY 2023
DTS TAM Plan Public Review Draft
April 6, 2022 Agenda Minutes Executive Director’s Report
CAC Bylaws 
Presentation slides
March 2, 2022 Agenda Minutes Executive Director’s Report
Presentation Slides
Overall Work Program FFY2023 Public Review Draft
Overall Work Program Revision #2
ORTP 2050: Draft Public Engagement Plan 
February 2, 2022 Agenda Minutes Executive Director’s Report
Presentation Slides
TIP Revision #2
TIP Revision #3
OWP FFY Draft
January 5, 2022 Agenda Minutes Executive Director’s Report
Presentation Slides
November 3, 2021 Agenda Minutes Executive Director’s Report
OWP Survey Results
PPP Comment Sheet Summary
Presentation Slides
October 6, 2021 Agenda Minutes Executive Director’s Report
Roberts Rules of Order
2018-2022 HWY Safety Targets Memo
Public Participation Plan Draft
Reclassification Application from DTS
Presentation Slides
Public Testimony Submitted
September 1, 2021 Agenda  Minutes Executive Director’s Report
OahuMPO OWP FY2022 Revision #1 
Draft Resolution presented by the CAC Chair
Presentation Slides 
August 19, 2021 Agenda Minutes Presentation slides
August 4, 2021   CANCELLED
July 7, 2021 Agenda Minutes Transportation Improvement Program FFYs 2022-2025
ED Report
Presentation Slides
Oral Testimony submitted
June 2, 2021 Agenda  Minutes ED Report
Transportation Improvement Plan Revision #19
Transportation Improvement Plan Revision #20
Presentation Slides
May 5, 2021 Agenda  Minutes OWP FY2022 Final Draft
Presentation Slides
ED report
April 7, 2021 Agenda Minutes ED Report
ORTP 2045 Draft Document
Mahoe Street Reclassification
Transportation Alternatives Project Summaries
Presentation Slides
March 3, 2021 Agenda Minutes ED Report
Presentation Slides
February 3, 2021 Agenda Minutes ED Report
OahuMPO FY2022 OWP DRAFT
Oahu Revenue Study
Presentation Slides
January 6, 2021 Agenda  Minutes

ORTP 2045 Project and Program Submissions – Additional Meeting Materials

ORTP 2045 Project and Program Submissions – New Projects and Programs

ED Report

Click here for Agendas/Minutes from previous years.


Members

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:

Organization Represented by
AARP Elizabeth Chinn
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

The City and County of Honolulu is using the OahuMPO Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) public involvement process, as outlined in the Federal Highway Administration/Federal Transit Administration metropolitan transportation planning regulations (23 CFR 450/49 CFR 613), to satisfy the public hearing requirements for the Federal Transit Administration’s Urbanized Area Formula Program (49 U.S.C. Section 5307) program-of-projects.)

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