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Last updated: 09/16/2019

Technical Coordinating Committee Overview

The Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) serves in an advisory capacity to the Transportation Policy Board, with voting representation from Santa Fe County Public Works and Planning /Land Use Departments; City of Santa Fe Public Works (Engineering/Traffic) and Long Range Planning; Santa Fe Trails (Santa Fe Area Transit Service Operator), the North Central Regional Transit District; the Santa Fe Public Schools; Tesuque Pueblo; City/County Regional Planning Authority (RPA) and, the New Mexico Department of Transportation. The TCC has non-voting advisory staff members from FHWA, FTA, and the Northern Pueblos RPO.

The main functions of TCC are to ensure coordination among agencies and to develop policy and project recommendations for the MPO Transportation Policy Board. Other functions are to:

  1. Review and recommend amendments/updates to MPO Bylaws, the SFMPO Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), Public Participation Plan (PPP), Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP), Transportation Improvement Program (TIP),Area Studies/Corridor Plans and proposed amendments to adopted plans and programs;
  2. Carry out directives from the Transportation Policy Board;
  3. Provide routine guidance and at least annually report on the adequacy of the urban transportation planning process;
  4. Periodically review the MPO Boundary and make recommendations for revisions; and
  5. Recommend revision of the intergovernmental Joint Powers Agreement for tribal government and any future changes.

TECHNICAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE Board Members

Chair: Keith Wilson – Transit Division Director Administration and Grants – Santa Fe Trails
[Alternate – Thomas Martinez – Director of Operations & Maintenance]

Vice-Chair: David Quintana – Assistant District Engineer, NMDOT District 5
[Alternate – Stephen Lopez – Technical Support Engineer, NMDOT District 5]

John Romero – Roadway & Trails Engineering Division Director – City of Santa Fe
[Alternate – James Martinez – Engineer Associate]

Noah Berke – Current Planning Manager – City of Santa Fe
[Alternate – Greg Smith – Current Planning Director]

Penny Ellis-Green – Land Use Department Administrator – Santa Fe County
[Alternate – Paul Kavanuagh – Development Review]

Michael Kelley – Public Works Director – Santa Fe County
[Alternate – Diego Gomez – Transportation Manager]

Brett Clavio – Transportation Planner, Growth Management Department – Santa Fe County
[Alternate – Robert Griego – Planning Division Supervisor]

Katherine Mortimer – Sustainability Planner – City of Santa Fe 

Edward Escudero – Transportation Director – Tesuque Pueblo
[Alternate – Charles Dorame, Gov Affairs Liaison]

David Quintana – Assistant District Engineer – New Mexico DOT District 5
[Alternate – Stephen Lopez – Technical Support Engineer]

Anthony Mortillaro – Executive Director – North Central Regional Transit District
[Alternate – Delilah Garcia – Transit Operations and Facilities Manager]

2019 MEETING SCHEDULE

Agendas & Minutes

2019

January 28, 2019 Agenda | Minutes

February 25, 2019 Agenda | Minutes

March 25, 2019 [CANCELLED]

April 22, 2019 Agenda | Minutes

May 20, 2019 AgendaMinutes

June 24, 2019 AgendaMinutes

July 22, 2019 Agenda | Minutes

August 26, 2019 [CANCELLED]

September 23, 2019 [CANCELLED]

October 28, 2019 Agenda | Minutes

November 18, 2019 Agenda | Minutes

December 16, 2019 Agenda | Minutes

2018

January 22, 2018: Agenda | Minutes

February 20, 2018: Agenda | Minutes

March 19, 2018: Agenda | Minutes

April 23, 2018: Agenda | Minutes

May 21, 2018: Agenda | Minutes

June 25, 2018: Agenda | Minutes

July 23, 2018: Agenda | Minutes

August 20, 2018: Agenda | Minutes

September 24, 2018: Agenda | Minutes

October 22, 2018: Agenda | Minutes

November 26, 2018: Agenda | Minutes

December 17, 2018: [CANCELLED]

2017

January 23, 2017: Agenda | Minutes

February 20, 2017: Agenda | Minutes

March 20, 2017: Agenda | Minutes

April 24, 2017: Agenda | Minutes

May 15, 2017: Agenda | Minutes

May 22, 2017: Agenda | Minutes

June 19, 2017: Agenda | Minutes

July 24, 2017: Agenda | Minutes

August 21, 2017: Agenda | Minutes

September 25, 2017: [CANCELLED]

October 23, 2017: Agenda | Minutes

November 27, 2017: Agenda | Minutes

2016

January 25, 2016: Agenda | Minutes

February 22, 2016: [CANCELLED]

March 21, 2016: Agenda | Minutes

April 25, 2016: Agenda | Minutes

May 23, 2016: Agenda | Minutes

June 20, 2016: Agenda | Minutes

July 25, 2016: Agenda | Minutes

August 22, 2016: Agenda | Minutes

September 19, 2016: [CANCELLED]

October 24, 2016: Agenda | Minutes

November 14, 2016: Agenda | Minutes

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