The Transportation Coop Committee (formerly the City-County-State-Federal Coooperative Committee or CCSFCC) is a partnership formed as an advisory body of professional counterparts from various levels of government (including Caltrans, FHWA, regional transportation agencies, county officials, and city officials) who gather to discuss local, state, and federal problems and/or issues representing areas of statewide significance.
The League holds six positions on the Transportation Coop Committee, three representatives from southern California and three representatives from northern California.
League Representation on the Transportation Co-op
Rick Moshier, Public Works Director, City of Santa Rosa
Shawn Cunningham, Asst. Public Works Director, City of Vacaville
Wayne Lewis, Asst. Public Works Director/Transportation, City of Fairfield
Martin Pastucha, Public Works Director, City of Pasadena
Robert Newman, Public Works Director, City of Santa Clarita
Full Committee Roster
The committee meets every other month at the Sacramento International Airport meeting room from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Agendas and highlights from these meetings will be posted, as available.
2013 Meeting Dates
Meeting Highlights & Presentations
September 19, 2013
July 18, 2013
May 2, 2013
March 7, 2013
September 13, 2012
July 19, 2012
Past Meeting Highlights & Presentations
Address Funding, Procedural And Legislative Issues Related To Transportation From A Local Perspective. (Modified June 8, 2000).
Enhance The Working Relationship Between Cities & Counties, Ct, Ctc And FHWA. This Extends To Improving Communication With The Rtpa's. Collaboration Is A Key Method.
Improve The Application Of Technology To Spread Information To Cities And Counties.
Provide Input To The Department And FHWA To Enhance Their Ability To Meet Our Needs. (Added In June 2000)
10 Year Anniversary Recognition Of Collective Work