California Road Charge Pilot Program - Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
Senate Bill 1077 - California Road Charge Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
The California Road Charge Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was established in 2014 by Senate Bill 1077 (Chapter 835, Statutes of 2014). SB 1077 created the California Road Charge Pilot Program and tasked the California Transportation Commission (CTC), in consultation with the California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) to convene a fifteen member Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to study a user-based alternative to the gas tax, gather public comment, and make recommendations to CalSTA regarding the design of a road charge pilot program.
The California Road Charge Pilot Program officially concluded on March 31, 2017. After a nine-month study involving over 5,000 vehicles statewide, we have successfully completed the largest road charge pilot of its kind. Now, the data collected throughout the pilot has been analyzed and compiled into a final report.
The California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) submitted a final findings report to the Legislature, the California Transportation Commission, and the Road Charge Technical Advisory Committee in December of 2017. To access the full final report and other final findings documents from the pilot, please click here.
Roster, Meetings, Documents, CTC
View the TAC Roster and individual Member Biographies:
See the full TAC 2017 Meeting Schedule with links to Meeting Agendas, Meeting Materials, Archived Webcast Videos and links to upcoming Live Webcasts:
Relevant TAC Member Information and Documents:
For more in-depth information on the TAC, please visit their page on the CTC Web Site.