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HandyDART Users' Advisory Committee

Woman getting off HandyDART with support from operatorThe HandyDART Users' Advisory Committee (HDUAC) was formed as part of a commitment to establish additional ways for HandyDART customers to provide input on the service. The HandyDART Users' Advisory Committee allows TransLink to hear directly from customers and stakeholders and ensure that this service meets their needs, particularly as we deliver an ambitious workplan that includes a number of significant policy changes from recommendations arising out of the 2017 Custom Transit Service Delivery Review.

The purpose of the HandyDART Users' Advisory Committee is to provide advice and guidance on HandyDART plans, programs and other initiatives and advise TransLink on matters to improve HandyDART service for customers. It is composed of individuals who are HandyDART customers or have direct experience working with them, and who take a collaborative approach to improving the service.

The committee is composed of a maximum of 13 members and is intended to represent a diversity of disability sectors, municipal and regional districts, age groups, genders and cultures.


The 2019 HandyDART Users’ Advisory Committee

Applications to sit on the 2019 HDUAC closed on May 6th, 2019. We thank everyone who applied for their interest!

On June 20, 2019, the TransLink Board appointed the following individuals to sit on the HDUAC:

  • Martin Aquino
  • Brian Gibney
  • Wayne Leslie
  • Justina Loh
  • Tim Louis
  • Laura Mackenrot
  • Marjorie (Marjie) Ross
  • Roseanne Shannon
  • Linda Tang
  • Avery Timm
  • Bet Tuason
  • Brian Tucker
  • Access Transit Users' Advisory Committee Chair

The 2021 HandyDART Advisory Committee

Applications to serve on the 2021 HandyDART Advisory Committee are now open until September 30, 2020.

Candidates will be evaluated based on their experience and understanding of HandyDART service, their ability to work collaboratively, and how they contribute to the diversity of the committee. Candidates may be contacted for additional information. Committee members will be appointed by the TransLink Board.

Those interested in applying can fill out and submit an application form.

For more information about the HandyDART Users' Advisory Committee, please contact:

Access Transit Planning