Fran McCarroll
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
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Transportation Advisory Board

MISSION: The mission of the Maricopa County Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) is to: support comprehensive transportation planning that enhances the quality of life for Maricopa County citizens; support the continued safety and maintenance of the Maricopa County Transportation System; review and recommend the CIP to implement Maricopa County Board of Supervisors transportation goals. The TAB will act as a recommending body to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on transportation planning, construction and maintenance issues including: surface transportation, roads of regional significance, and air quality. The TAB will support excellence in regional planning and promote cooperative efforts to resolve rural and urban issues.
LIAISON: Kellee Kelley, Maricopa County Department of Transportation, Phone: (602) 506-8694
District 1
Marc Erpenbeck
District 2
Ted Geisler
District 3
Wes Gullett
District 4
Merlyn Carlson
District 5
Terrance Evans

The TAB is comprised of five members, one from each supervisorial district. Members are appointed for three-year terms.

MEETINGS: Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every other month, beginning in January, at 2901 West Durango Rd, Phoenix 85009 in the Maricopa Conference Room.


According to Resolution No. 92-02 (MCDOT), the Transportation Advisory Board shall: Annually recommend Board of Supervisors approval of a five-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) that has been developed in alignment with the mission statement of the Transportation Advisory Board. The CIP will include, but not be limited to consideration of transportation planning, land use planning, economic development, the environment and quality of life. Recommend an annual budget for the Maricopa County Department of Transportation. Recommend approval of new projects and studies that require authorization by the Board of Supervisors. Communicate with and obtain input from constituent groups and members of the public concerning Maricopa County Department of Transportation activities. Recommend transportation policies, as needed, for adoption by the Board of Supervisors. Ensure continuing interface with other agencies and intergovernmental groups for potential multi/jurisdictional/multi-purpose projects. Seek and provide support for all available funding sources for functions consistent with its mission, duties and function and the mission, duties and functions of the Maricopa County Department of Transportation."

The TAB was established by the Board of Supervisors on February 15, 1979. The TAB subsequently adopted Resolution No. 92-02 on May 20, 1992, regarding the duties of the TAB.