We value your input because the Regional Transportation Authority plan is funded by the public through taxpayer dollars and you helped us decide what’s in the plan. The Regional Transportation Authority invites public involvement through open meetings, public events, online surveys and other outreach activities.
Information about RTA projects and activities is also shared through the website, e-newsletters, emails, and social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
If you have a comment regarding our current RTA plan or the development of the next RTA plan, we welcome your input.
Notices for RTA committee meetings are posted at least 24 hours in advance of the meetings. Agendas or other notices are accessible via the “Meeting and Events” tab, which is found under “Get Involved” in the main navigation menu, and copies of agenda notices are placed on the bulletin boards in the PAG office lobby area as you exit the elevator on the fourth floor of Pima Association of Governments at 1 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson, Ariz.
We are reaching out to as many people as we can to share the Regional Transportation Authority story and the latest information on planning efforts for investing in future regional transportation projects. If your group is interested in learning more about the RTA, its current 20-year plan or development of the next regional transportation plan, the RTA can provide a speaker upon request. We invite you to preview the RTA message.
Watch this short video to learn about scheduling a virtual RTA presentation for your group.
Accessibility and Accommodations
Persons with a disability or language barrier may request documents in alternative formats or translations or other reasonable accommodations. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation.
If you need assistance with translation, please call (520) 792-1093 and ask for Nathan Barrett.
Si necesita ayuda con traducción, llame por favor al (520) 792-1093 y comuníquese con Nathan Barrett.
Learn more about the RTA’s non-discrimination policies