GTC Board Meetings
GTC Board Meetings
The GTC Board is the governing body of GTC. It provides direction and establishes policy with regards to the roles and responsibilities of GTC as the designated MPO for the region. The GTC Board approves all activities and work products, including the LRTP, UPWP, and TIP.
The 27 members of the GTC Board include elected officials from the nine counties of the region, the City of Rochester, and representatives of other local, regional, state, and federal agencies. GTC Board Officers are elected from among the members.
The GTC Board meets quarterly, or as required. Each GTC Board meeting is open to the public and advertised as such through media outlets across the region. A public forum is included at the beginning of all meetings to allow for public comment on meeting agenda items before GTC Board action.
Each Board meeting is open to the public. A public forum is included at the beginning of the meeting to allow for public comment on meeting agenda items before the GTC Board takes action. A list of all meetings and materials are posted on the GTC website https://www.gtcmpo.org/Meeting_Materials.
On this webpage, observers will be able to listen to and view a live feed of the meeting. They may also call in to listen to the audio with a dedicated, toll-free phone number. Observers will have the opportunity to submit questions and comments via chat, email, text, recorded voice message, or live call-in during the public forum portion of the meeting.
The Genesee Transportation Council (GTC), the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Genesee-Finger Lakes Region, will hold one of its regularly scheduled Board meetings on Thursday, December 8, 2022, at 8:30 a.m at RGRTA, 1372 East Main St. in Rochester, NY. The meeting will also be livestreamed on this page for anybody from the public to observe and participate.
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendments - December 2022
GTC Planning Committee recommended the following amendments for Board consideration. Comments can be submitted through the day prior to the meeting to be included in the public record. For more...
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