CETA Technical Advisory Team BiosEmory Bundy
Former director of the Bullitt Foundation.
former director of public affairs, King Broadcasting Company' co-chair of Citizens for Mobility.
board member, Sane Transit.
Columnist for Seattle Business Magazine, 1985-1990.
Director of the US/Soviet Exchange Program for the Seattle Goodwill Games, 1990.
Recipient of Society of Professional Journalists' national public affairs award, for The Eighth Day, on the future of the environment of the Puget Sound region, 1971.
Recipient of the Champion Media Award for Economic Understanding, for major US television markets, for The Electrical Storm, on the Northwest's nuclear power projects, 1983.
Ph.D. Urban Transportation Planning
retired Boeing manager; life member of Sierra Club
Consultant in transportation and growth-management issues; past legislative staffer (fiscal issues) and former Finance Director, Washington State Ferries
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Bellevue-based Professional Engineer in private practice who has worked professionally on Puget Sound area transportation planning since the 1960;s. He has managed or directed the development of dozens of country and city comprehensive transportation systems plans throughout the Pacific Northwest. He founded and for 20 years managed the TRANSPO Group, Inc., and had extensive involvement in the development of the Puget Sound region's transit systems. He serves as technical advisor to the I-405 Corridor Program, the Trans-Lake Citizens Advisory committee and the Eastside Transportation committee. He earned degrees at Seattle University and University of Washington.
John S. Niles
Researcher, analyst, and writer who heads Global Telematics, a Seattle public policy research and consulting firm focused on transportation and telecommunications. Since 1999 he has worked as a Research Associate with the Mineta Transportation Institute, where he develops new tools for transportation planning. He is also a Senior Fellow of Technology and Transportation at the Discovery Institute, as well as an invited participant in the STELLA collaborative research program on sustainable transportation from the European Union and the U.S. National Science Foundation. He is an appointed member of the Telecommunications and Travel Behavior Committee of the Transportation Research Board, part of the National Research Council. He earned degrees at MIT and Carnegie Mellon University.
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former King County Councilmember
Co-Chair of CETA, Coalition for Effective Transportation Alternatives
Former Chair of the King County Council Transportation Committee and Regional Transit Committee
Former member of the Puget Sound Regional Council Transportation Committee
Former member of the Washington State Commute Trip Reduction Task Force
Former member and Chair of the Puget Sound Regional Council Transportation Pricing Sub-Committee
Masters in Public Administration, University of Washington
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