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TPB

Transportation Policy Board

Meeting Information

How to Attend:

When:
Fourth Monday of the month at 1:30 p.m.
Where:
VIA Metro Center Community Room
1021 San Pedro Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78212
Online:
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Note:

Meeting dates, times, and locations may vary. Please confirm the meeting information with the agenda posted on our website or by calling us at 210-227-8651.


Persons with Disabilities:

MPO meetings are accessible to persons with disabilities. To arrange for special assistance or an interpreter, please call 210-227-8651 or TDD 1-800-735-2989 (Relay Texas) at least five working days in advance.

Meeting Minutes

2024

January

Minutes

February

Minutes

March

Minutes

April

Minutes

May

Minutes

June

Minutes

July

Minutes

August

Minutes

September

Minutes

October

Minutes

November

Minutes

December

Minutes

2023

January

Minutes

February

No Meeting

March

Minutes

April

Minutes

May

Minutes

June

6/16 - Joint AAMPO/CAMPO
6/26 - Minutes

July

Minutes

August

Minutes

September

Minutes

October

Minutes

November

No Meeting

December

Minutes

2022

January

Minutes

February

No Meeting

March

Minutes

April

Minutes

May

Minutes

June

Minutes

July

No Meeting

August

Minutes

September

Minutes

October

No Meeting

November

No Meeting

December

Minutes

2021

January

Minutes

February

No Meeting

March

Minutes

April

Minutes

May

Minutes

June

Minutes

July

No Meeting

August

Minutes

September

Minutes

October

No Meeting

November

No Meeting

December

Minutes

What is the TPB?

The Transportation Policy Board (TPB) is the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (MPO) policy board or board of directors. The TPB is comprised of fourteen elected and seven appointed officials representing the Advanced Transportation District, Bexar County, Comal County, City of Boerne, City of San Antonio, City of Seguin, Guadalupe County, Greater Bexar County Council of Cities, Northeast Partnership, Texas Department of Transportation, and VIA Metropolitan Transit.

The purpose of the TPB is to oversee the continuous, comprehensive, and cooperative transportation planning process conducted for the metropolitan area. The TPB must approve all transportation projects in the region for federal funding, altogether over $200 million in projects annually. The TPB is supported by an MPO staff of fourteen, receives technical advice from the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and alternative transportation recommendations from the Bicycle Mobility Advisory Committee (BMAC) and Pedestrian Mobility Advisory Committee (PMAC).

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