Lynette L. Busby
Transportation Demand Management
Lynette Busby is the Executive Director of the Contra Costa Centre Transit Village. She has been involved in Transportation Demand Management for over 25 years.
- Executive Director of a 14-member business development/transit village association which includes 2.1 million square feet of commercial, retail and residential development surrounding the Pleasant Hill/Contra Costa Centre BART station.
- Created, developed and oversees the operation of the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) program for the association to provide commute alternatives to the 6,000 employees at the Transit Village. The transportation programs success rate have resulted in a 30-35% reduction in single-occupancy vehicles commuting to the area.
- Oversee Contra Costa Centre Resident Deputy program with the Contra Costa Office of the Sheriff
- Created and developed John Muir Health TDM program for 6,500 health professionals. Initiated the start-up and manages ongoing transit commute programs including public transit subsidies, rideshare subsidies, bike-to-work incentives and created a customized Guaranteed Ride Home program.
Synopsis of Achievements
- Championed the adoption and approval of the Transportation Demand Management Assessment District CSA M-31, 2002.
- Designed and implemented the components of the Transportation Management Association (TMA) for produced notable trip reduction results.
- Secured funding of TDM grants in excess of $500,000 from local, state and federal transit agencies.
- Achieved and maintained 30-35% success rate in the reduction of single-occupancy vehicles.
- Campaigned and was instrumental in changing the BART station name to Contra Costa Centre.
- Awarded “Most Influential Woman” by San Francisco Business Times
Member and Past Chair
Contra Costa Centre Municipal Advisory Council (MAC). Appointed by Contra Costa Board of Supervisors
Vice President, Member and Past President
Board of Directors, 23rd District Agricultural Association. Appointed by Governor Wilson and re-appointed by Governors’ Davis, Schwarzenegger
- Contra Costa Council
- John Muir Hospital Foundation
- Association of Commuter Transportation
Martinez Planning Commission, 2005-2010
- U.C. Berkeley, Planning Committee for Transportation Demand Management, 1992-1993
- Contra Costa Council Transportation Task Force, 1990-1993
- Board Member, Western Contra Costa County Transit Authority, 1985-1987
- City of Hercules Parks and Recreation Commission, 1984-1985