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Tehama County Transit Agency Board

Jessica Riske-Gomez
Interim Transportation Manager
(530) 385-1462

The mission of the Tehama County Transit Agency is to maintain and improve mobility and access for the people, good and services in and through Tehama County.

To promote a reliable, flexible, efficient and safe transportation system throughout Tehama County.

The Tehama County Transit Agency Board promotes the following value statements:

  • Optimize the existing transportation system by improving trip quality, including safety, reliability and access.

  • Build a transportation partnership with Federal, State, local, private and community organizations for a better transportation system.

  • Manage resources effectively to achieve the highest value for the taxpayers.

  • Efficiently and effectively deliver capital improvements that facilitate and improve the safe movement of people, goods and services.

  • Use public transportation funds in a timely, cost-effective manner for the purposes intended and consistent with federal and state laws and regulations, and with Tehama County's social, economic and environmental goals.

  • Use new technologies and management strategies to improve transportation outcomes.

Policy and funding for TRAX & ParaTRAX is determined by the Tehama County Transit Agency Board, which is made up of elected officials from the Tehama County Board of Supervisors, and the City Councils of Red Bluff, Corning, and Tehama. These are the same six elected officials as the Transportation Commission. The Tehama County Public Works Department, under TCTAB direction, oversees the day-to-to operations and administers the agreement with the contractor, Paratransit Services.

Tehama County Transit Agency Board Bylaws
The Tehama County Transit Agency Board is a governing body created pursuant to state law and designated in the enabling legislation as a transit development board. Solely for purposes of submission of claims, receipt of funds, separate annual reporting to the Controller, 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. Click here to continue reading...


Updated: Thursday January 17, 2019