Board and Committees

 

The Metropolitan Transportation Board (MTB) sets policy for transportation issues in the urban area. Elected officials from the different jurisdictions sit together on the MTB. The Board coordinates local government transportation planning and project development, identifies federal funding for transportation projects, including roadway widenings and extensions, sets policy for roadway access, identifies corridors and alignments for new roadways, identifies bicycle facilities and federal funding for them, and makes decisions about long-range transportation issues.

MTB Resolutions 

All resolutions are in PDF format pdf

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

R-18-01

R-17-01
R-17-02
R-17-03
R-17-04
R-17-05
R-17-06
R-17-07
R-17-08
R-17-09

R-16-01
R-16-02
R-16-02, A
R-16-03
R-16-03, A
R-16-04
R-16-05
R-16-06
R-16-07
R-16-07, A
R-16-08
R-16-09

R-15-01
R-15-02
R-15-03
R-15-04
R-15-05
R-15-06
R-15-07
R-15-08
R-15-09
R-15-10
R-15-11
R-15-11A
R-15-12
R-15-12A
R-15-13
R-15-14
R-15-15
R-15-16
R-15-17
R-15-18
R-15-19

R-14-01
R-14-02
R-14-03
R-14-04
R-14-05
R-14-06
R-14-07
R-14-08
R-14-09
R-14-10
R-14-11
R-14-12
R-14-13
R-14-14

R-13-01
R-13-02
R-13-03
R-13-04
R-13-04-05, A-A
R-13-04-05, A-B
R-13-04-05, A-D
R-13-04-05, A-E
R-13-04-05, A-F
R-13-04-05, A-G
R-13-04-05, A-H
R-13-05
R-13-05-05, A-C
R-13-08
R-13-08, A
R-13-10
R-13-10, A
R-13-11
R-13-13
R-13-14
R-13-15
R-13-16
R-13-17
R-13-18

MTB Meeting Minutes

All meeting minutes are in PDF format pdf

2017

2016

2015

Committee Structure

 mrmpo org chart

Transportation Coordinating Committee (TCC)

This committee provides technical advice to the Metropolitan Transportation Board. The committee reviews items that are scheduled to come before the board and provides recommendations from a technical viewpoint. Read more >>

Public Involvement Committee

This committee is no longer active, and MRMPO now uses a different approach to gather public input. Instead of having a committee with people who represented the general public’s interest, MRMPO now uses other methods to disseminate information and gather public input such as email blasts, surveys and interactive maps, social media, monthly e-newsletters, attending other organizations’ meetings and community events, and hosting public meetings. More information can be found on the Public Participation page.

Intelligent Transportation Systems Subcommittee

This is a federally mandated program.  The subcommittee coordinates the development of intelligent transportation elements into the regional transportation system. Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) use technology such as radios, synchronized traffic lights, and dynamic message signs to increase the efficiency of the transportation system. Read more >>

Congestion Management Process Committee

The Congestion Management Process is a federally mandated program that helps planners identify congested travel corridors and recommends strategies to mitigate that congestion.  This committee meets on a regular basis to facilitate the congestion management process for the AMPA.  These are inter-agency meetings.   Read more  >>

Transportation Program Task Group (TPTG)

This is a working group that provides advice to the Transportation Coordinating Committee regarding the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and the long range system maps for the urban area. Read more >>

Contacts:  Dave Pennella (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), Steven Montiel (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)