Capital Region Transportation Planning Agency
Florida's capital area transportation planning agency

CRTPA Board

The CRTPA Board is comprised of representatives from Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon and Wakulla counties.  The Board is comprised of 11 voting members as follows:

(Approved in March 17, 2011 by the Governor of Florida)

 

Leon County School Board
Members: 1
Voting Points: 1

Rosanne Wood

Jefferson County

Members: 1
Voting Points: 4

Commissioner Betsy Barfield   

Gadsden Municipalities

Members: 1
Voting Points: 5

Commissioner Daniel McMillan (City of Quincy)

Wakulla County

Members: 1
Voting Points: 7

Commissioner Randy Merritt

Gadsden County

Members: 1
Voting Points: 9

 
Commissioner Sherrie D. Taylor

 

Leon County
Members: 3
Voting Points: 37*

                                    
Commissioner John Dailey          Commissioner Kristin Dozier     Commissioner Nick Maddox
                                                                                            (Vice Chair)
         
 

 

City of Tallahassee
Members: 3
Voting Points: 37**

                         
Commissioner Scott Maddox     Commissioner Nancy Miller         Commissioner Curtis Richardson
                                                                                            (Chair) 

                                                                                           

                                                                                         

 

Totals

Total Members: 11
Voting Points: 100 

 

 *   -    The number of voting points is determined by the number of voting members agreed upon by the Leon County Board of County  Commissioners.

**   -   The number of voting points is determined by the number of voting members agreed upon by the City of Tallahassee.

(1)  -    County representative will also represent the City of Monticello.

(2)  -    The Cities of Chattahoochee, Greensboro, Gretna, Havana, Midway and Quincy will consolidate their membership and weighted vote into one membership.

(3)  -    County representative will also represent the Cities of St. Marks and Sopchoppy.

(4)  -    The number of voting members is determined by the Leon County.  Leon County currently has 3 members on the CRTPA Board.

(5)  -    The number of voting members is determined by the City of Tallahassee.  The City of Tallahassee currently has 3 members on the CRTPA Board.

 

CRTPA BY-LAWS

The by-laws that govern the CRTPA were most recently amended on March 21, 2017.  The by-laws guide the functioning of the urban transportation planning process for the capital region.  Due to the recent approval of the CRTPA's Apportionment Plan to expand the agency to include all of Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon and Wakulla counties, the by-laws will be updated in the near future.  To view the by-laws, please click here.

 

 *   -    The number of voting points is determined by the number of voting members agreed upon by the Leon County Board of County  Commissioners.
**   -   The number of voting points is determined by the number of voting members agreed upon by the City of Tallahassee.
(1)  -    County representative will also represent the City of Monticello.
(2)  -    The Cities of Chattahoochee, Greensboro, Gretna, Havana, Midway and Quincy will consolidate their membership and weighted vote into one membership.
(3)  -    County representative will also represent the Cities of St. Marks and Sopchoppy.
(4)  -    The number of voting members is determined by the Leon County.  As of September 2010 Leon County had 7 members on the CRTPA Board.
(5)  -    The number of voting members is determined by the City of Tallahassee.  As of September 2010 the City of Tallahassee had 3 members on the CRTPA Board.
 
CRTPA BY-LAWS
The by-laws that govern the CRTPA were adopted on November 13, 2006.  The by-laws guide the functioning of the urban transportation planning process for the capital region.  Due to the recent approval of the CRTPA's Apportionment Plan to expand the agency to include all of Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon and Wakulla counties, the by-laws will be updated in the near future.  To review the existing by-laws, please click here