The Campus Transportation Committee (CTC) is a UW-Madison committee of faculty, academic staff, university staff, and student representatives providing advice and recommendations on many budgetary and operational decisions for UW-Madison Transportation Services.
The CTC is unique in its reach: the decisions weighed upon by CTC affect the entire UW campus community. CTC members represent and report to the following committees:
Faculty Senate Committee: Secretary of the Faculty webpage.
Academic Staff Assembly: Secretary of the Academic Staff webpage
University Staff Congress: University Staff Shared Governance webpage
Associated Students of Madison: ASM webpage
|Voting Members||Representing||Email Address|
|Carey McAndrews (Chair)||Facultyemail@example.com|
|Alex Frank||Academic Stafffirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Shane Burgess||Academic Staffemail@example.com|
|Diane Mayerfield||Academic Stafffirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Becky Zart||University Staffemail@example.com|
|Mark C. Wells
Chris Corrigan (Alternate)
|Non-Voting Members||Representing||Email Address|
CTC Meetings - information, agendas and minutes
All documents are PDFs unless otherwise noted.
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CTC Annual Report PDFs
- 2007-08 CTC Annual Report
- 2008-09 CTC Annual Report
- 2010-12 CTC Annual Report
- 2012-13 CTC Annual Report
- 2013-14 CTC Annual Report
- 2014-15 CTC Annual Report
- 2015-16 CTC Annual Report
- 2016-17 CTC Annual Report
- 2017-18 CTC Annual Report
- 2018-19 CTC Annual Report
- 2019-20 CTC Annual Report
- 2020-21 CTC Annual Report
The Bicycle/Pedestrian Subcommittee was active in spring 2013. The Subcommittee advised the CTC, the administration, and staff on programs and policies pertaining to the development of bicycle and pedestrian methods on campus. It was chaired by a member of CTC.
The subcommittee encourages transportation to campus and on campus by bicycle, public transit, and walking. The encouragement takes the form of promoting safety, convenience, and economy of these modes.
The subcommittee was comprised of six faculty and staff members and one student member. The committee also had non-voting support staff members.