Executive Board

The Executive Board is responsible for setting policy and adopting plans and programs. The Board provides a forum for collaboration and decision-making related to regional transportation policy, planning, and funding
Upcoming Meeting

October 26, 2022 - 9:00 am

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Board Members

The Executive Board is made up of elected officials who represent:

  • Alcoa – Clint Abbott, Mayor
  • Anderson County – Terry Frank, Mayor
  • Blount County – Ed Mitchell, Mayor
  • Clinton – Scott Burton, Mayor
  • Knox County – Glenn Jacobs, Mayor, and Richie Beeler, Commissioner
  • Knoxville – Indya Kincannon, Mayor, and Andrew Roberto, Vice Mayor
  • Lenoir City – Tony Aikens, Mayor
  • Loudon – Jeff Harris, Mayor
  • Loudon County – Rollen Buddy Bradshaw II, Mayor
  • Maryville – Andy White, Mayor
  • Oak Ridge – Warren L. Gooch, Mayor
  • Sevier County – Larry Waters, Mayor
  • Town of Farragut – Ron Williams, Mayor

Also serving on the board

Elected or appointed members who represent:

  • East Tennessee Development District – Justin Biggs, Knox County Trustee
  • Tennessee County Highway Officials Association – Harold Pitner
  • Public Transportation – Isaac Thorne
  • Governor of Tennessee – Troy Ebbert

Non-voting members

Representatives from:

  • Tennessee Division of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) – Sean Santalla
  • Region 4 of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) – Andres Ramirez

Responsibilities

  • Provide administrative and fiscal control
  • Review and approve transportation planning and programming studies and reports
  • Seek input as required to ensure cooperative, comprehensive, and continuing transportation planning
  • Carry out the provisions of Federal transportation planning regulations