TCC-Transportation Co-Op Committee

The Transportation Coop Committee has been in existence for over 50 years, dating back to the 1960s. It is a forum for cities, counties, regional agencies, Caltrans, and FHWA to discuss policy and technical issues to help facilitate the implementation of Federal-aid Highway Program by local agencies. The Committee is composed of members who represent California Cities, Counties, RTPA/MPOs, State, and FHWA. Its local agencies members are selected by the League of California Cities (League), California State Association of Counties (CSAC), and CalCOG/ RTPA. Regular Committee meetings are held bi-monthly at the Sacramento International Airport.  

This web page contains meeting information of the Coop Committee, such as schedule, meeting agenda, and meeting minutes. 

Transportation Co-Op Committee Member Roster (PDF)

Transportation Co-Op Committee Meetings

TCC Meetings in 2020

Meeting Date Agenda Meeting Materials Minutes
January 23, 2020

Agenda(01/20/20) (PDF)

Fed MIRE Policy
Transportation System Network Replacement
Highway Safety Manual
Model Inventory of Roadway Elements
AR Linear Referencing System
MOU
Minutes(01/23/20)(PDF)
March 12, 2020 cancelled     Minutes(05/28/20)
May 28, 2020 Agenda(05/28/20)    
July 23, 2020  
September 24, 2020    
November 19, 2020    

TCC Meetings in 2019

Transportation Co-Op Committee Survey

In preparation for the 2016 CEAC/League of Cities Joint Spring Conference taking place March 9-11, 2016 in Sacramento, the California Transportation Coop Committee (TCC) invites your participation in a survey that will help TCC and Caltrans Local Assistance to assess the effectiveness of their efforts in improving the Local Assistance process and to collect new ideas for continued improvements. 

Background

At the 2013 Joint CEAC/Public Works Officers Spring Conference, TCC hosted a facilitated breakout session asking for input on what needed improvement to facilitate the administration of Federal-aid projects. More than 100 ideas were proposed during the discussion. Ideas generated from that discussion were categorized into five areas:
  • Funding
  • Design
  • Environmental
  • Right of Way
  • Construction

After the conference, five teams composed of city, county, regional agency, and Caltrans staff worked to further clarify the concept and develop solutions. For your reference, a copy of the 2013 action plan is available on the Caltrans Local Assistance Website under Announcements or can be downloaded here.

In this pre-conference survey, you will have an opportunity to tell us how well you feel these 2013 ideas got implemented and suggest new areas the TCC can focus its attention to help further improve the Federal-aid process. To keep the survey short and effective, we are seeking feedback only on some of the Action Ideas under "Caltrans Policy Change" group that we believe address most common issues.

This survey is meant to look for input beyond the past or upcoming conference, so this is for all interested parties to participate. All input is valued. It doesn’t matter if you missed the earlier conference, or will not be attending the next one. We still need to hear from you to understand what your current concerns are and what can be targeted for improvement.