Mobility Task Force
- Email Greg Baker
Flagler Model Land Neighborhood resident; downtown business owner; former St. Augustine mayor
- Email Jeanette Booth
Nelmar Terrace neighborhood resident
- Email Ryan Carter
Fullerwood neighborhood resident; Immediate Past Chair, St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Council Executive Committee
- Email Steve Carter
St. Augustine Uptown Neighborhood resident
- Email Carla Chase
Lincolnville neighborhood resident
- Email Mark Edwards, Ph.D.
South Davis Shores neighborhood resident; transportation expert
- Email Richard Goldman
Executive Director, St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and the Beaches Visitors and Convention Bureau
- Burry Gowen
Retired Educator, Old City South resident
- Email Kathleen Grunder
Boarding Services Administrator, Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind
- Email Lisa Lloyd
North beaches area resident
- Email Rob Matthews
North beaches area resident; Matthews Design Group, Inc.
- Email Heather Neville
Velo Fest Community Initiative Founder and President; Citizens Advisory Committee, North Florida Transportation Planning Organization
- Email Robert Nimmons
Economic Development Chair, West Augustine Community Redevelopment Agency Steering Committee
- Email Wolfgang Schau
- North Davis Shores neighborhood resident
- Email Trevor Smith
Bookstore manager, Flagler College; West Augustine resident
- Email Becky Yanni
Executive Director, Council on Aging/Sunshine Bus
The most important element in addressing mobility challenges is the vigorous participation by the public. One of the tools for public participation is the Mobility Advisory Task Force.
Drawing on input from throughout the community, City Manager John Regan named the task force's 15 members who bring their varied backgrounds and areas of expertise to the process. This group will act as a conduit between Littlejohn and the community during the initial phase of building a mobility plan.
The role of the task force, as a broad cross-section of the community, will be to bring community input to the discussion and, as they become knowledgeable about both mobility challenges and possible solutions, they will return to the community and share that knowledge.