CPT Advisory Board 

Advisory Board Composition

MINORITY REPRESENTATION ON PLANNING AND ADVSIORY BODIES Title 49; CFR Section 21.5(b)(1)(vii) states that a recipient may not, on the grounds of race, color, or national origin, “deny a person the opportunity to participate as a member of a planning, advisory, or similar body which is an integral part of the program.” Recipients that have transit-related, non-elected planning boards, advisory councils or committees, or similar committees, the membership of which is selected by the recipient, must provide a table depicting the racial breakdown of the membership of those committees, and a description of efforts made to encourage the participation of minorities on such committees.

Commonwealth Public Transportation Advisory Board (CPTAB). CPTAB is comprised of representatives from Saipan, Rota, Tinian and Northern Islands. The board has the authority and primary responsibility to conduct reviews related to transit activities and advise the Special Assistant for Public Transportation (Executive Body) on appropriate measures to be taken for the overall planning direction of the region.

COMMUNITY

REPRESENTATIVE(S)

CNMI-wide

Representative from the Business Community (Vacant)

CNMI-wide

Alfreda P. Camacho, Special Assistant for Public Transportation

CNMI-wide

Patricia Kapileo, Public School System

CNMI-wide

James A. Ada, Secretary of Public Works

Municipality of Tinian & Agrihan

Edwin P. Aldan, Mayor of Tinian

Municipality of Rota

Efraim M. Atalig, Mayor of Rota

 

Statistical Data of Communities:

The information below was provided through the CNMI Department of Commerce
Demographic Estimates located at: http://commerce.gov.mp/wp-content/upJoads/2012/12/2010-Census-Demographics-Profile-Summary-by-District.pdf

Geographic Area

Total Pop

White

Black

Asian

Hawaiian & Pacific Islanders

Other

Two or More Ethnic Origins

Hispanic

Saipan

48220

1021

45

24562

16210

109

6227

46

Tinian

3136

57

6

1463

1222

8

374

6

Rota

2527

39

4

883

1368

0

231

2

1.2% of the population identifies as two or more races.

 

Race and Gender Statistics for CPTAB Committee Members:

 

RACE

GENDER

Pacific

White

Male

Female

CPTAB Members

5

0

3

2