Below are descriptions of each of San Joaquin Council of Governments' (SJCOG) standing or advisory committees, as well as Valleywide committees that SJCOG actively participates in. These groups provide recommendations to the Board regarding the transportation planning process and offer an excellent opportunity for expanding public participation opportunities through active membership, presentations, and attendance at these open meetings. Click on the links provided to find out more about each group, who staffs them and how to get involved with the work they are doing.
The Executive Committee is made up of five SJCOG Board members and generally reviews selected agenda items and submits a recommendation to the COG Board.
Management & Finance Committee
The Management and Finance Advisory Committee guides administrative and financial decisions of SJCOG as the Local Transportation Authority and is composed of city managers and the county administrator.
Technical Advisory Committee
The Technical Advisory Committee serves as SJCOG's technical advisory committee.
Citizens Advisory Committee
The Citizens Advisory Committee provides community input on project priorities and other matters pertaining to the Measure K program.
Project Delivery Committee
The Project Delivery Committee is a subcommittee of the Board of Directors and guides policies transportation programming recommendations, and monitors project delivery.
Social Services Transportation Advisory Council
The purpose of the SSTAC is to monitor and promote improvements to those public transportation services for persons with disabilities and seniors residing in San Joaquin County.
Interagency Transit Committee
The Interagency Transit Committee was created to improve communication and coordination among the transit agencies within the San Joaquin County.
Habitat Technical Advisory Committee
The Habitat Technical Advisory Committee is responsible for verifying that the SJMSCP is being implemented correctly and for solving any issues that arise during implementation.
The San Joaquin Council of Governments is a member of the San Joaquin Valley Regional Planning Agencies (RTPAs), which was established to discuss and bring regional consensus on issues of Valley importance.
Megaregion Working Group
The Megaregion Working Group is a 12-member coalition, made up of board members and commissioners of the San Joaquin Council of Governments, Sacramento Area Council of Governments, and Metropolitan Transportation Commission, established to conduct a number of state and federally mandated planning and programming.