Regional Transportation Council Meetings

Feb 13, 20 • • No Comments

The Regional Transportation Council is the independent transportation policy body of the Metropolitan Planning Organization. The RTC meets the second Thursday of each month, and the RTC’s 44 members include local elected or appointed officials from the metropolitan area and representatives from each of the area’s transportation providers. The RTC oversees the metropolitan transportation planning process. Primary activities:

  • Guiding the development of multimodal transportation plans and programs.
  • Determining the allocation of federal, state and regional transportation funds.
  • Selecting transportation projects in some programs and recommending projects to the Texas Transportation Commission for other programs.
  • Ensuring transportation providers coordinate services.
  • Ensuring the metropolitan area complies with state and federal laws and regulations regarding transportation and air quality.

Regional Transportation Council Meetings

Jan 9, 20 • • No Comments

The Regional Transportation Council is the independent transportation policy body of the Metropolitan Planning Organization. The RTC meets the second Thursday of each month, and the RTC’s 44 members include local elected or appointed officials from the metropolitan area and representatives from each of the area’s transportation providers. The RTC oversees the metropolitan transportation planning process. Primary activities:

  • Guiding the development of multimodal transportation plans and programs.
  • Determining the allocation of federal, state and regional transportation funds.
  • Selecting transportation projects in some programs and recommending projects to the Texas Transportation Commission for other programs.
  • Ensuring transportation providers coordinate services.
  • Ensuring the metropolitan area complies with state and federal laws and regulations regarding transportation and air quality.

Regional Transportation Council Meetings

Dec 12, 19 • • No Comments

The Regional Transportation Council is the independent transportation policy body of the Metropolitan Planning Organization. The RTC meets the second Thursday of each month, and the RTC’s 44 members include local elected or appointed officials from the metropolitan area and representatives from each of the area’s transportation providers. The RTC oversees the metropolitan transportation planning process. Primary activities:

  • Guiding the development of multimodal transportation plans and programs.
  • Determining the allocation of federal, state and regional transportation funds.
  • Selecting transportation projects in some programs and recommending projects to the Texas Transportation Commission for other programs.
  • Ensuring transportation providers coordinate services.
  • Ensuring the metropolitan area complies with state and federal laws and regulations regarding transportation and air quality.

Regional Transportation Council Meetings

Nov 14, 19 • • No Comments

The Regional Transportation Council is the independent transportation policy body of the Metropolitan Planning Organization. The RTC meets the second Thursday of each month, and the RTC’s 44 members include local elected or appointed officials from the metropolitan area and representatives from each of the area’s transportation providers. The RTC oversees the metropolitan transportation planning process. Primary activities:

  • Guiding the development of multimodal transportation plans and programs.
  • Determining the allocation of federal, state and regional transportation funds.
  • Selecting transportation projects in some programs and recommending projects to the Texas Transportation Commission for other programs.
  • Ensuring transportation providers coordinate services.
  • Ensuring the metropolitan area complies with state and federal laws and regulations regarding transportation and air quality.

SETT’S 4TH ANNUAL BREAKFAST: TRANSPORTATION & THE 21ST CENTURY

Sep 11, 19 • • No Comments

Quarterly Breakfast Event: “Transportation Innovation in SE Tarrant County”.

Jun 12, 19 • • No Comments

Presentation Title: “Transportation Innovation in SE Tarrant County”
Presenters: Ann Foss, Principal Planner, Office of Strategic Initiatives, and Monsur Ahmed, ITS Coordinator, Public Works and Transportation

SETT Breakfast meeting

Mar 20, 19 • • No Comments

Please join us at the SETT Breakfast meeting on March 20th at the Arlington Board of Realtors.

Our speaker, Loyl Bussell, P.E., will be discussing the SE Connector (287/i20/820). Loyl is the district engineer for the Fort Worth District of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), which comprises nine counties: Erath, Hood, Jack, Johnson, Palo Pinto, Parker, Somervell, Tarrant and Wise.

The cost to attend is $5 if you pre-register and $10 at the door.

Please see link below to register.

Holiday Gathering – Southeast Tarrant Transportation Partnership

Dec 12, 18 • • No Comments

Join us as we update SETT our TxDOT’s progress and bid farewell to SETT’s Co-Founder and Current Chairman, Commissioner Andy Nguyen.

Tarrant Regional Transportation Coalition Mobility

Dec 5, 18 • • No Comments

The TRTC meets at 8:30 a.m. on the first Wednesday of each month in the Intermodal Transportation Center at 1001 Jones Street in downtown Fort Worth (see map). Approximately 130 civic, business and government leaders attend the monthly meetings

Citizens are also welcome to attend public meetings of the Regional Transportation Council and its staff. The RTC is staffed by the Transportation Department of the North Central Texas Council of Governments, and information about RTC efforts can be viewed here.

For general TRTC information, perspectives on key transportation and air quality issues affecting the western half of the Metroplex or for more information about TRTC membership, please contact:

Tarrant Regional Transportation Coalition Mobility

Nov 9, 18 • • No Comments

The Tarrant Regional Transportation Coalition is proud to host U.S. Senate Majority Whip and Texas’ Senior U.S. Senator John Cornyn for a conversation following the mid-term elections.

This event will feature a discussion moderated by Mayor Betsy Price. Senator Cornyn will address a variety of topics regarding the political climate post-mid-term elections and the current state of the American political sphere. We hope you will join us for what is sure to be an informative and eye-opening discussion.

This promises to be an event not to miss!