Accessibility Advisory Committee
The Accessibility Advisory Committee was established by the authority of the Duluth Transit Authority (DTA) Board of Directors. It serves in an advisory role resource to the DTA. Its purpose is to provide the DTA with recommendations on the DTA’s compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), facilitate the dialogue between the DTA and the disability community, advocates on behalf of the disability community and increase the use of the DTA’s services by people with disabilities.
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AAC Committee Meetings
Accessibility Advisory Committee Meetings
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Advisory Committee minutes are available for the calendar year. Archived minutes are available by contacting:
Committee Members and Vacancies
The Committee has up to 11 members. They are chosen from qualified applicants by the DTA Transit Committee, based on their ability to represent a cross section of the community of people with disabilities in the Duluth/Superior metropolitan area.
The Accessibility Advisory Committee was established with as many as three provider members but, a majority that are disabled and able to utilize DTA services. Five members will from council districts, three members at large, one from the City of Superior, and one member from the DTA Committee for a total of 11 members. Terms were set at three years with a maximum of two terms per person.
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