Ferry Advisory Committee Chairs (FACC)
The FACC is composed of chairs of each of the thirteen Ferry Advisory Committees, or a chair’s chosen delegate.
The group is a forum for discussion, consultation and action on issues that are common to the 22 non-major routes served by BC Ferries.
FACC’s goal is to promote reliable, affordable, viable, safe ferry service that supports the vitality of BC’s ferry-dependent communities, and allows them to contribute to the economic health of the province.
FACC members individually and collectively liaise between local committees (and the communities they serve), and other parties involved in operating, regulating and setting policy for ferry service, which include BC Ferries, the BC Ferry Commission and the provincial Ministry of Transportation. The FACC is also a vehicle for communication with the public at large.
The current focus of the FACC is on the extraordinary growth of fares on the non-major routes resulting from the new coastal ferry regime. The group is also involved in consulting with BC Ferries on operational issues that span the non-major routes
Who are the Ferry Advisory Committee Chairs?
The chairs or co-chairs – or their designates – of the thirteen ferry advisory committees (FACs) on the BC coast, listed below. Together they are the Ferry Advisory Committee Chairs (FACC). You can also send email to FACchairs@gmail.com.
Alison Morse | 604-947-9875 | email@example.com FACC Co-Chair
Melissa Fletcher | Interim Chair | email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ellen Cranston | Interim Chair | email email@example.com
Latest from the FACC
- 22 November 2013 – Ferry Rescue Plan shows cracks
- 2 October 2012 – FACC News Release : New ferry fares : Beyond the tipping point
- 18 June 2012 – FACC News Release : Ferry user reps question traffic recovery
- 27 Jan 2012 – FACC News Release : A realistic road map for all ferry stakeholders
- 26 Oct 2011 – FACC News Release : Let’s get back to basics
- 20 Oct 2011 – FACC submission to BC Ferry Commission