Transportation Advisory Committee

The mandate of the Transportation Advisory Committee is to advise City Council on strategic priorities relating to walking, cycling and all active transportation modes, as well as public transit and congestion management, in Vancouver.

Meeting updates

Meetings may be convened by electronic means as authorized by Section 14.14 of the Procedure By-law. Advisory Bodies may elect to conduct their meetings in person, by electronic means, or as a hybrid of the two. 

If attending in person, please continue to respect the personal space of others.

Virtual meetings use Cisco WebEx Events. No software download is required. In the event of a virtual meeting, use the link below to view the meeting live through your web browser.

A link to join the live meeting broadcast is posted 24 hours in advance of the meeting.

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Following the meeting, minutes will be posted online and can be found in the ‘Meetings’ tab below.

Terms of reference 

Policy advice

The Committee:

  • Provides feedback on transportation planning and projects such as Broadway Corridor Transportation Planning, Citywide Plan, and more detailed projects like Gastown Complete Streets and the Granville Bridge Connector;
  • Considers any matters which may be referred to the Advisory Committee by Council or staff;
  • May take positions on policy initiatives from other levels of government within the mandate of the Advisory Committee; and
  • Advises Council and staff on Transportation 2040 and Active Transportation Master Plan as they are developed, implemented and updated. 


The Committee:

  • Works co-operatively with other agencies whose activities affect constituent communities, including initiating and developing relevant projects; and
  • Acts as a resource for staff coordinating public involvement processes and civic events.

Awareness and outreach

The Committee:

  • Exchanges information with constituent communities and the general public about relevant programs and issues of interest; and
  • Engages in outreach to disseminate information and encourage participation from constituent communities.

Planning and reporting

The Committee:

  • Produces an annual work plan with specific objectives by no later than April of each year, in consultation with Council and staff liaisons, for distribution to Council and civic departments for information;
  • Submits an annual report to Council describing its accomplishments for the year, including reference to each objective set out in the work plan and any arising issues to which the Advisory Committee has responded; and
  • Presents accomplishments and progress to date at the annual Council of Councils event.

Meeting frequency

The Transportation Advisory Committee holds six regular meetings per year, in addition to regular working sessions, generally scheduled during intervening months throughout the year.

Time commitment

Meetings will last up to 2 hours. A minimum of one to two additional hours a month is spent on email and other correspondence, meetings, networking, and promotion. Preparation time for all meetings is required.

Attendance requirement

A member who is absent from more than two consecutive regular meetings without a leave of absence is deemed to have resigned.


The Transportation Advisory Committee is temporarily inactive, pending Council approval of terms of reference in early 2023.


  • Council Liaison:
  • Park Board Liaison:
  • School Board Liaison:
  • City of Vancouver Staff Liaison:
  • Park Board Staff Liaison:


Terms and Membership Composition

Persons appointed to an advisory body shall meet the following essential criteria:

Not be employed by the City of Vancouver;
Live or work in Vancouver, or have a significant body of experience with issues in Vancouver; and
Be able to demonstrate relevant experience or knowledge, abilities and skills related to the mandate of the advisory body.

Persons appointed to the Racial and Ethno-Cultural Equity Advisory Committee shall meet the following additional criteria:

Be a member of visible or cultural minority groups.


15 members of the public (8 is quorum)
1 non-voting Council liaison
1 non-voting Park Board Commissioner liaison
1 non-voting School Trustee liaison
2 non-voting staff liaisons

The appointment of civic members to each advisory committee shall meet the composition objectives set out in the Diversity on Advisory Bodies policy.

Length of term:

Committee members are appointed until November 6, 2022.
No member of the public shall serve for more than four consecutive years on the same advisory body. A former member is eligible for reappointment after one year out of office.


Meetings, agendas, and minutes

All regular meetings are open to the public.

In addition to the regular meetings listed here, the Committee also meets several times per year for informal working sessions. Please contact the Meeting Coordinator for more information.

Meetings take place on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm at City Hall.

2021-2022 in Review

An overview of the committee's accomplishments in 2021-2022, along with future goals. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, no Council of Councils event was held.
View the Committee's report (pdf)

2021-2022 Work Plan

The 2021-2022 Work Plan summarizes the high priority objectives for the committee term and establishes an action plan to achieve those objectives.

2019-2020 in Review

An overview of the committee's accomplishments in 2019-2020, along with future goals. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, no Council of Councils event was held.

2016 in Review

An overview of the committee's 2016 accomplishments and future goals as presented at the Council of Council's on November 9, 2016.

2012-2014 Term in Review

An overview of the committee's closing term accomplishments and recommendations for continuation of the work was presented at the Council of Council's December 2014.

Resources for advisory committee members

People-powered transportation in Vancouver

Greenways for walking, cycling, and rolling

We design and build safe, nature-rich paths that encourage you to explore Vancouver without using your car through the Greenways program.

Contact the Transportation Advisory Committee

Staff Contacts

Paul Krueger
Planner, Transportation Planning Branch

Kevin Burris
Manager, Civic Agencies