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Transportation Commission

  • 6:30 PM
  • Fourth Wednesday of each month
  • City Hall 
    1707 St. Johns Ave.
    Highland Park, IL 60035
  • Leonard Xavier, Chair - Term expires 2019
  • Charles Bergen, Vice Chair - Term expires 2020
  • Matthew Arbit - Term expires 2019*
  • Andrew Bloom - Term expires 2020*
  • Richard Heineman - Term expires 2019*
  • Peggy Laemle - Term expires 2019
  • Bruce Mainzer - Term expires 2019*

* May be reappointed to an additional four-year term.

  • Zach Coplan, Student Representative through 6/2018
  • Ashley Yew, Student Representative through 6/2019
  • Kim Stone, City Council Liaison
  • Chris O'Neill, Police Department Liaison
  • Emmanuel Gomez, P.E., City Engineer
  • Joe Pasquesi, Public Works Staff Liaison

The commission has seven Voting Members and two Non-Voting Ex Officio Members including the City Manager, Chief of Police or designated representatives. 

The Highland Park Transportation Commission is charged with oversight and safety issues relative to Highland Park's streets and makes recommendations to the City Council to improve conditions that relate to traffic safety. The commission welcomes input from all residents about traffic concerns or where and how you think street safety can be improved.

The Transportation Commission is in the process of reviewing the regulations for the registration and use of bicycles in the City with the possibility of making a recommendation to the City Council to amend Chapter 75 of the City Code.

For more information, please contact Joe Pasquesi, staff liaison to the Transportation Commission, at 847.926.1183 or via email.