Regional Transportation Coordination Committee

The Regional Transportation Coordination Committee (RTCC) is hosted by CDTC and includes representatives of public, private, non-profit, and human services transportation providers. The RTCC works toward better integration and coordination of public transit-human service agency transportation services and guides the implementation of the Coordinated Public Transit – Human Services Transportation Plan (Coordinated Plan). The Coordinated Plan is a federally required document that identifies transportation providers, transportation needs for individuals with disabilities, older adults, and people with low incomes, and the gaps between available services and existing need. The plan then identifies strategies and priorities to address those gaps. The RTCC meets several times a year to:

  • work toward coordination of services in the Capital District
  • guide the Coordinated Plan update process
  • provide input on future solicitations for federally funded projects under the Enhanced 5310 program
  • help staff organize events to help learn about and foster information sharing, collaboration and coordination, such as Tools of the Trade Workshops

Recent federal transportation legislation (The FAST Act) continued the two primary grant programs for public transportation-human services providers which are administered through the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and the NYSDOT Public Transportation Bureau:

Section 5310: Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities

Section 5307: Urbanized Area Formula Grant program (which expands the range of eligible projects to include those related to jobs access) Note: The Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA) is the region’s Designated Recipient for 5307 funds.

Meeting Materials

January 2016
  • Agenda
  • Notes
  • FAST Act Analysis
October 2016
  • Agenda
  • Notes
  • Tools of the Trade Workshop Summary
June 2017
November 2017
March 2018
Tools of the Trade
  • 2018 Tools of the Trade Summary
  • 2016 Tools of the Trade Summary