James Jay is a satellite systems engineer currently working in Kendall Square and living in Dorchester. His personal interest in transportation combined with his frequent use of multiple modes of public transportation inspired his membership on the ROC. James normally rides the Red Line and, due to his unique work schedule, various early-morning and late-night bus routes. He has been an active ROC member since 2012 and helped spearhead the committee's work on the University Pass and late-night service. When not supporting the efforts of the ROC and other local transportation advocacy groups, James enjoys being outdoors, playing sports, and spending time with his wife in and around Boston.
Brad Johnson is a civil engineer working on land development projects throughout the Greater Boston region. Commuting to and from his office via multiple modes offered by the MBTA, he considers himself the average MBTA customer. As a transit enthusiast, he is focused on advocating for the reliable, efficient, cost-effective movement of people from all economic classes. Through his advocacy and with the help of other members of the ROC, he hopes to help usher in the next generation of MBTA rider experience. When not reading up the latest transportation news, he is either spending time with family and friends or focusing on fitness and wellness.