Executive Board

The Executive Board is responsible for setting policy and adopting plans and programs. The Board provides a forum for collaboration and decision-making related to regional transportation policy, planning, and funding
Upcoming Meeting
  • Comments on specific agenda items should be submitted no later than 3:00 p.m. the day before the meeting to laura.edmonds@knoxplanning.org.
  • If you are interested in speaking during the meeting about a specific agenda item, email us at laura.edmonds@knoxplanning.org no later than noon on the day before the meeting with your full name, phone number, and the agenda item of interest.

The May meeting has been cancelled.


Board Members

The Executive Board is made up of elected officials who represent:

  • Alcoa – Clint Abbott, Mayor
  • Clinton – Scott Burton, Mayor
  • Lenoir City – Tony Aikens, Mayor
  • Loudon – Jeff Harris, Mayor
  • Knoxville – Indya Kincannon, Mayor, and Gwen McKenzie, Vice Mayor
  • Maryville – Andy White, Mayor
  • Oak Ridge – Warren L. Gooch, Mayor
  • Town of Farragut – Ron Williams, Mayor
  • Anderson County – Terry Frank, Mayor
  • Blount County – Ed Mitchell, Mayor
  • Knox County – Glenn Jacobs, Mayor, and Larsen Jay, Commissioner
  • Loudon County – Rollen Buddy Bradshaw II, Mayor
  • Sevier County – Larry Waters, Mayor

Also serving on the board

Elected or appointed members who represent:

  • East Tennessee Development District – Ed Shouse
  • Tennessee County Highway Officials Association – Harold Pitner
  • Public Transportation – Isaac Thorne
  • Governor of Tennessee – Troy Ebbert

Non-voting members

Representatives from:

  • Tennessee Division of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) – Sean Santalla
  • Region 4 of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) – Andres Ramirez

Responsibilities

  • Provide administrative and fiscal control
  • Review and approve transportation planning and programming studies and reports
  • Seek input as required to ensure cooperative, comprehensive, and continuing transportation planning
  • Carry out the provisions of Federal transportation planning regulations