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Cape Town, the new BRT systems are creating oper- Corinne Goodrich, Manager of Strategic Devel- ating companies in which displaced private taxi oper- opment, San Mateo County Transit District, San ators will be the shareholders. Carlos, CA Social equity considerations are embedded in Brian Marshall, CEO, Capital Area Transit System, transportation policy in the cities of Johannesburg Baton Rouge, LA and Cairo: Social equity considerations were most Carter Mau, Executive Manager, Planning and Bud- apparent in Johannesburg and Cairo. One of the key get, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit Dis- performance indicators for Cairo Metro is to "com- trict, Oakland, CA mercialize with social responsibility," meaning that Karyn Robles, Transportation and Planning Team transit fares are set by the Egyptian government and Leader, City of Naperville, Naperville, IL the operating corporation has social responsibilities. Hector Rodriguez, Interim Executive Officer, To support mobility for its citizens, the Egyptian gov- Operations Administration, Los Angeles County ernment subsidizes the cost of fuel, the cost of cars, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Los transit fares, and parking fees. In Johannesburg, Angeles, CA the Integrated Development Plan's result will be a Brenda Schweitzer, Executive Director, Brookings more equitable and spatially integrated city, and Area Transit Authority, Brookings, SD the BRT system will be integrated with other modes Yvette Taylor, Regional Administrator, FTA Re- to address geographical segregation and facilitate gion 4, Atlanta, GA region-wide mobility. The city's motto in negotia- Teresa Thompson, Director of Transportation, Stark tions with the private taxi operators is "no operator Area Regional Transit Authority, Canton, OH should be worse off than they are now." William Van Meter, Assistant General Manager, The growth in car ownership and use is a Planning, Denver Regional Transportation Dis- serious threat to future livability and economic trict, Denver, CO growth: Car ownership rates are currently low in Kathryn Harrington-Hughes (Mission Coordinator), each country, but increasing population and pros- Manager, International Transit Studies Pro- perity will exacerbate the already severe roadway gram, Harrington-Hughes & Associates, Inc., congestion. Cape Town demonstrated a commit- Easton, MD ment to transportation demand management strate- gies to influence mode choice and travel behavior. APPENDIX B--STUDY MISSION HOST ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX A--STUDY MISSION Cairo, Egypt TEAM MEMBERS Cairo Transport Authority (Affiliations listed were current at the time of the Salah Farag, Chairman of Board study mission.) Sayed Kamal Aly, Head of Central Administration-- Peter Varga (Team Leader), Chief Executive Officer, Technical Affairs The Rapid, Grand Rapids, MI Ashraf Hamed El-Sabbagh, General Manager of Cen- Steven Ainslie, Assistant Transit Director, Wichita tral Requirement Transit, Wichita, KS Terry Bassett, Executive Director, Yolo County Egyptian Company for Metro Transportation District, Woodland, CA Mohamed Shimy, Chairman and Managing Director D.J. Baxter, Executive Director, Redevelopment Abdalla Mohamed Fawzy, Head of Central Depart- Agency of Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City, UT ment for Operations--Line 1 Gwen Chisholm-Smith, Senior Program Officer, Imbrahim Ramadan Ibrahim, Head of Central Depart- Transit Cooperative Research Program, Trans- ment for Maintenance--Line 1 portation Research Board, Washington, DC Aly Hussein Aly Metwally, Head of Central Depart- John Crocker, Director of Regional Service Coordi- ment for Operations--Line 2 nation and Special Projects, Metropolitan Atlanta Ahmed A. Hafez Monem, Head of Central Depart- Rapid Transit Authority, Atlanta, GA ment for Maintenance--Line 2 18

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Johannesburg, South Africa Donald Cupido, Manager, Integrated Transport Planning City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality Gershwin Fortune, Acting Manager, IRT System Rehana Moosajee, Member of the Mayoral Com- Planning and Modelling, Integrated Rapid Tran- mittee, Transportation sit: Operations Donovan E. Williams, Office of the MMC: Transport Tlago Ramalepa, Chantal Greenwood, Head, Information Systems, Roads & Stormwater City of Johannesburg Transportation Department Ron Haidan, Consultant Lisa Seftel, Executive Director Lisle Nel, Project Administrator, Marketing and Yolisa Mashilwane, Director: Management Support Passenger Services Jacques van Zijl, Rea Vaya BRT Project Manager Charles Blok, Director: Infrastructure BRT Istanbul, Turkey Colleen McCaul, Consultant Itumeleng Motsa, Marketing & Public Liaison Officer Department of City and Regional Planning Darcin Akin, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Trans- Gautrain portation Planning Ingrid Jensen, Issue Management Marcel Molina, Railway Operations Expert: System Marmaray Project Engineering and Consultancy Acceptance Services Contract Huseyin Belkaya, Deputy Project Manager Bombardier Transportation Sandy Motale, Public Relations and Communications Istanbul Ulas im Officer Omer Yildiz, General Manager Dawid Maree, Communications Officer Ali Ihsan Uygun, Deputy General Manager Top Six Taxi Management, Ltd. Ali Kaya, Quality and Corporate Development Sicelo J. Mabaso, National Chairperson Manager M. Metin Yazar, Project Department Manager Sibel Gursoy, UITP Turkey Office Assistant Cape Town, South Africa Transport Department, City of Cape Town Istanbul Elektrik Tramvay ve Tnel Maddie Mazaza, Director of Transport Mumin Kahveci, Assistant General Manager Beverly Ball, Support Assistant, IRT Project Office Aylin Kulturel, Advisor to General Manager 19

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