Serving the city of Topeka for more than 25 years, the Advisory Committee on Accessible Transportation Services, also known as ACATS, is a citizen’s advocacy organization which provides a forum to encourage public participation and dialogue between Topeka Metro and special needs riders using all transit services. ACATS was created by resolution of the Board of Directors of Topeka Metro.
Membership to ACATS is by appointment to a three year term, subsequent to a solicitation and election process. Membership consists of ten voting members. At least 51% of the voting membership must be persons with disabilities and consumers of Topeka Metro services. Membership also includes a minimum of two ex-officio members from local agencies. Ex-officio members are non-voting members of ACATS.
ACATS meeting are held bi-monthly in the South meeting room of Quincy Street Station (820 SE Quincy Street). Please visit the calendar section on our home page for upcoming meeting dates.
Click here for a partial list of ACATS members and their contact information: ACATS Contact Info
1:45pm, Wednesday, Sept. 30, Quincy Street Station south meeting room.