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The Executive Agency has adopted a collaborative governance strategy that includes frequent  consultations with stakeholders across the Federal transit benefit landscape. This framework is intended to promote a partnership that is transparent and addresses the requirements of all Federal agencies while looking to the future to expand commuting options.

To meet the responsibilities entrusted to the Executive Agent, the Program’s Executive Advisor will partner with our stakeholder community to provide innovative leadership, guidance, oversight, and service solutions.  This is accomplished through the establishment of the Transit Benefit Policy Governance Board (TBPGB).  The mission of this new structure is to establish uniform standards, promote consistent policy, guidance, and operations, as well as identify and mitigate duplicative processes.  The aim is to improve performance and efficiency in the use of the transit benefit throughout government.    

Transit Benefit Policy - Agency Member Board

The Agency Member Board is the primary executive body responsible for advising the Secretary of Transportation on future and current transit benefit policies.  The board serves as a collaborative oversight body for the Transit Benefit.  Membership includes subject matter experts from across the Federal enterprise. 

Transit Benefit Policy Topics

  • Ride-sharing Services
  • Smart Payment Technologies
  • Bicycles
Last updated: Monday, November 21, 2016