Tehama County Transportation Commission
The Tehama County Transportation Commission is intended to be the lead planning and administrative agency for transportation projects and programs in Tehama County. The duty of the Commission is to establish rules and regulations to provide for administrating transportation planning and allocating the local transportation fund and other funding sources in accordance with State and Federal codes and regulations. The Commission is comprised of four staff members located in Red Bluff and three City representatives, one from each of the incorporated cities of Red Bluff, Corning, and Tehama, and three Board of Supervisor representatives, as elected annually.
The Transit Agency Board is an Advisory Board to the Board of Supervisors and was created by pursuant to state law and designated in the enabling legislation as a transit development board. The Transit Agency Board’s sole purpose is for the submission of claims, receipt of funds, separate annual reporting to the State Controller’s Office, and provision of service as an operator under Chapter 4, Article 1, any non-profit corporation or other legal entity wholly owned or controlled by the transit development board which operates a public transportation system. The Transit Agency Board is comprised of five staff members located in Gerber and three City representatives, one from each of the incorporated cities of Red Bluff, Corning, and Tehama, and three Board of Supervisor representatives, as elected annually.
The mission and vision of both the Commission and Transit Agency Board are to maintain and improve mobility, provide access to goods and services, and to promote a reliable, flexible, efficient, and safe transportation system throughout Tehama County.