Transportation Advisory Commission minutes are accessible for the past two years, if you are looking for a copy of minutes prior to 2017 please contact the MPO Staff at 719.553.2259 and we will be happy to assist with your needs. Please click here to view a .png file for future TAC Meetings.
2020 TAC Packet
2019 TAC Packet
2018 TAC Packet
2017 TAC Packets
Transportation Advisory Commission minutes are accessible for the past three years, if you are looking for a copy of minutes prior to 2018 please contact the MPO Staff at 719.553.2259 and we will be happy to assist with your needs.
2020 TAC Minutes - Most Current & Up to Date
2019 TAC Minutes -
2018 TAC Minutes
2017 TAC Minutes
TAC 2020 Monthly Board Meetings:
All meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 am (unless otherwise noted). Please click here for next meeting information.
Location - Zoom
- July 14, 2020
- August 11, 2020
- September 8, 2020
- October 13, 2020
- November 10, 2020 – usually no meeting
- December 1, 2020 – combination of Nov&Dec?
Who is TAC?
Who is the MPO TAC (Transportation Advisory Commission)?
In August 2006, the PACOG Board amended Section 6 of the PACOG bylaws to create the Transportation Advisory Commission (TAC) composed of two standing committees: the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) and the Transportation Technical Committee (TTC). The reorganized CAC is composed of nine members serving two-year terms beginning in January of odd-numbered years:
- Two (2) from the City Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z)
- Two (2) from the Pueblo County Planning Commission
- One (1) from the 2020 Commission
- One (1) from PEDCO
- Three (3) at-large citizen appointees
The TAC regularly meets on the second Tuesday of each month to review and make recommendations to the PACOG Board about regional transportation planning, programming, and funding issues (please see meeting notice in case of location change).
|Members of the Transportation Advisory Commission|
|Scott Hobson||UTPD, City of Pueblo, Interim Planning & Community Development Director|
|Dan Centa||UTPD, City of Pueblo, Interim Traffic Engineer|
|John Adams||UTPD, City of Pueblo, MPO Manager|
|Eva Cosyleon||UTPD, City of Pueblo, Transportation Planner|
|Hannah Haunert||UTPD, City of Pueblo, Transportation Planning Technician|
|CITY OF PUEBLO|
|Scott Hobson||Interim Director, Planning & Community Development|
|Jerry Pacheco||Executive Director, Pueblo Urban Renewal Authority|
|Sam Vigil||Director, Public Works Department|
|Benjamin Valdez||Director, Pueblo Transit|
|Greg Pedroza||Interim Director, Pueblo Airport|
|Tanis Manseau||Director of County Engineering and Public Works|
|Gail Wallingford-Ingo||Acting Director of Pueblo County Department of Planning & Development|
|Carli Hiben||Planner II, Planning and Development|
|Nina Vetter||District Manager, Administration|
|Shawn Winters||Acting Public Works Director|
|Wendy Pettit||Region 2 Planner|
|Aaron Willis||DTD Liaison|
|Richard Zamora||Region 2 RTD|
|Geoff Guthrie||Region 2 Transit & Innovative Mobility Liaison|
|Epimenio Griego||County Planning & Zoning Commission|
|Don Bruestle||County Planning & Zoning Commission|
|Cheryl Spinuzzi||City Planning & Zoning Commission|
|City Planning & Zoning Commission|
|Kallene West||2020 Commission|
|Jeffery Shaw||Pueblo Economic Development Corporation (PEDCO)|