The TCTC is proud to introduce Mr. Paul Van Konynenburg at their September 11th meeting taking place at the Board of Supervisors Chambers located at 2 S. Green Street, 4th floor at 3 p.m. Mr. Van Konynenburg is the recently appointed Commissioner of the California Transportation Commission (CTC) and is the designated rural counties representative on the commission. He will provide an overview of State Transportation Policies and Funding programs and how they may affect rural counties. Mr. Van Konynenburg has expressed an interest in hearing from the TCTC Board about high priority projects and transportation needs in our community.
Agenda Background Information Item 2 - Meeting Minutes of August 14, 2019 Item 3 - FY 19/20 OWP and Budget Summary - Amendment #1 Item 3 - Budget Summary Item 4 - Discussion with new CTC Commissioner, Paul Van Kunynenburg Item 5 - Adopt the Final Draft ZEV Readiness Plan Item 6 - Res. 605-19 approving the Final TCTC Budget Item 6 - Public Hearing Notice Item 6 - Final Budget Item 7 Rec. 608-19 - local streets and roads needs assessment effort Item 7 - Formula Distribution Reports
The Final Central Sierra Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Readiness Plan helps accelerate the transition to electric vehicles for the region and plans for the future deployment of charging stations throughout Tuolumne County The Tuolumne County Transportation Council (TCTC) received a $200,000 Zero Emission Vehicle Readiness (ZEV) Plan Grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC) in 2017. In order to better to compete for the grant, the TCTC partnered with three neighboring rural regions to produce one Central Sierra ZEV Readiness Plan. This ZEV Readiness Plan focuses on a four county inter-regional partnership with Alpine, Amador, and Calaveras’s regional transportation planning agencies (R