The Shared Mobility Advisory Committee (SMAC) was established in 2020 to to encourage, plan for, and advocate for improved access and utilization of shared mobility systems within the Town of Brookline. It shall advise the Transportation Board on matters related to shared mobility including, but not limited to, public transportation, shuttles, senior transportation, ride share, car share, bike share, and micro-mobility share for commuting, general mobility and pleasure, with an emphasis on safety and access. Additionally, SMAC will work with the MBTA and the Town to fine-tune existing bus and train service and infrastructure, as well as explore new opportunities to expand shared transportation accessibility for residents and for those who travel to and from Brookline for work and pleasure. It replaces it's predecessor the Public Transportation Advisory Committee (PTAC).
Membership and Meetings
SMAC is composed of up to six Brookline residents, business owners, property owners, or employees of Brookline based businesses appointed by the Transportation Board for 3-year terms with two seats expiring per year.
SMAC drafts and approves notes from each of their meetings.