Citizens' Accessibility Advisory Committee (CAAC)

About the CAAC

The Citizens' Accessibility Advisory Committee was chartered in 1999 by Sound Transit and advises the transit agency on regional mobility and accessibility issues as they relate to the implementation of Sound Transit's Regional Transportation Plan.

The role of the committee is to:

  • Identify factors inhibiting regional mobility
  • Prioritize issues and work to enhance transportation services for individuals who are disabled or elderly
  • Review and advise Sound Transit on service, signage, equipment, vehicle and facility design

The work of the committee does not replace other Sound Transit outreach or public involvement efforts. Sound Transit staff will include the committee's input in its decision-making process. Final decisions will reside with the Sound Transit Board and staff.

Sound Transit seeks new CAAC members

Sound Transit is recruiting and selecting nominees for their Citizens' Accessibility Advisory Committee (CAAC) for two-year terms beginning October 2014/2015.

Currently there are vacancies for representatives from: North King County, South King County, Pierce County and At-Large representatives.

If you are interested in applying or know of any potential candidates and would like an application emailed to you so you can fill it out or pass it on electronically, please contact us. Please, use any means possible to spread this opportunity to as many interested individuals as possible.

Thanks to each of you for your continued assistance and support for regional accessibility for all.

CAAC Members

Snohomish County Subarea
Phil Mitchell, Corinna Fale

North King County Subarea
Coe Tug Morgan, David Flood

East King County Subarea
Susan Brock, & one open position

South King County Subarea
Two open positions

Pierce County Subarea
Michael Wilkins, & one open position

At Large
Rebecca Bell, Hadi Rangin, & up to three open positions

Meeting Dates

The CAAC meets on a quarterly basis; dates can be found on our events calendar. Public comment is taken at the beginning of each CAAC meeting. Comment is limited to three minutes per person and will only be taken on items which are on the agenda for that days meeting. If you would like an item added to the agenda for a future meeting please send an email to with the topic and your contact information.

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For more information

For comments, suggestions or questions about accessibility at Sound Transit or to request accommodations or information in accessible formats:

Phone (voice): 1-800-201-4900
Phone (TTY): Relay 711