People With Disabilities

Inclusion & Diversity logoPeople With Disabilities Advisory Committee

The committee elected the following officers:

  • Robert Philbin, CAT Director of Public Information & Customer Experience, Committee Chairperson
  • Charles Carr, CILCP consumer and persons with disability advocate, Vice Chairperson
  • Dauphin County Attorney Guy P. Beneventano, pro bono legal advisor
  • Carolyn O’Brien, Committee Secretary

Committee members:

Seth Ambrose (Center For Independent Living of Central PA)
Michael Begler (Business Resilience Plan Consultant)
Charles Carr (rider with disability representing Harrisburg city’s shared ride & fixed route)
Howard DeHart (rider with disability representing Dauphin County’s shared ride)
Iris Hetrick (rider with disability)
Cathy Long (rider with disability representing Cumberland County’s shared ride)
Chris Martinelli (rider with disability representing Dauphin County’s shared ride)
Sherry Marks, Capital Area Transit
Carolyn O’Brien (rider with disability representing Cumberland County’s shared ride)
Elizabeth Pabon (rep for riders with disabilities in upper Dauphin who use paratransit services)
Robert Philbin, Capital Area Transit
Felix Pacheco (rider with disability representing Dauphin & Cumberland county fixed route, paratransit services)
Diana Steel (United Cerebral Palsy consumers)

Committee Meeting Minutes

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