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Citizens’ Transportation Coalition

Purpose: Founded in 2004, the CTC is an all-volunteer grassroots transportation advocacy organization. The Citizens’ Transportation Coalition advocates for a broad-based public educational and planning process to identify neighborhood aspirations, influences projects to achieve the best transportation options, and engages our communities in designing a complete multimodal transportation system that serves us all. Meetings: Board meets on 4th Thursdays from Jan.…More Details
Home P.O. Box 66532 Houston TX 77266-6532 Work Phone: (832) 768-5258 Website: Citizens\\\’ Transportation Coalition Website

Purpose: Founded in 2004, the CTC is an all-volunteer grassroots transportation advocacy organization. The Citizens’ Transportation Coalition advocates for a broad-based public educational and planning process to identify neighborhood aspirations, influences projects to achieve the best transportation options, and engages our communities in designing a complete multimodal transportation system that serves us all.

Meetings: Board meets on 4th Thursdays from Jan. through Oct. at 6:45 p.m. at Central Market, 3815 Westheimer, in the upstairs community room. Member meeting in March, holiday gathering in December. All meetings open to interested individuals.

Publication: Free periodic eNews with project updates and meeting notices. Email

[email protected] to join the list.

Volunteer Opportunities: Attend public meetings of transportation agencies and then share reports in CTC’s online forum; project proposals; author project fact sheets and web content; give talks to civic clubs; meet with elected leaders regarding timely transportation issues.

Speaker’s Bureau: CTC delivers sharp PowerPoint talks on topics including urban transit and transportation alternatives for all.

Dexter Handy, Chair
[email protected]

Carol Caul, Advocacy Chair
Tom Dornbusch, Media Chair