Total Transportation Policy Committee (TTPC)

Bus and streetcar at intersection in the River Market

The Total Transportation Policy Committee (TTPC) serves as the local decision-making and policy development body related to multimodal transportation in the region. It operates as a forum for state and federal officials to communicate with local officials and representatives, as well as for citizens and members of the business community to address local officials about transportation-related issues.

Next Meeting


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December 20, 2022 | 09:30 am
Hybrid — MARC offices and Zoom

Meeting Archive

Document Name Publication Date
Jan. 18, 2022 TTPC meeting summary Tue, Jan 18 2022
Dec. 21, 2021 TTPC meeting summary Tue, Dec 21 2021
Nov. 16, 2021 TTPC meeting summary Tue, Nov 16 2021
Oct. 19, 2021 TTPC meeting summary Tue, Oct 19 2021
Sept. 21, 2021 TTPC meeting summary Tue, Sep 21 2021


TTPC’s basic structure is comprised of city and county representatives, transportation agency representatives and non-voting representatives of business, environment and federal government agencies.

Five separate modal committees have been established to provide input to the TTPC:

  • Aviation committee
  • Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory committee
  • Goods Movement committee
  • Highway committee
  • Transit committee 

The membership on the modal committees consists of a mix of TTPC members, local and state government staff members, representatives of transportation interest groups and/or providers, and residents. All TTPC members and their alternates are asked to serve on one of the modal committees, and the co-chairs of the committees are TTPC members.


Carson Ross
Mayor, Blue Springs, Missouri

Chuck Adams
Councilmember, Edwardsville, Kansas

MARC staff contact

Ron Achelpohl