Technical Advisory Committee


  • 1 to 3 pm, unless posted otherwise
  • 4th Wednesday of every month
  • Flagstaff City Hall
    211 W Aspen Avenue
    Flagstaff, AZ 86001
  • Open meeting / public is encouraged to attend.

Agendas & Minutes



Action summaries


  • Anne Dunno, (Chair), Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority (NAIPTA) Capital Program Manager
  • Nate Reisner, (Vice-Chair), Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) North Central District Development Engineer
    Email Nate Reisner
  • Rick Barrett, City of Flagstaff Engineer
    Email Rick Barrett
  • Jeff Bauman, City of Flagstaff, Traffic Engineer
    Email Jeff Bauman
  • Jay Christelman, Coconino County Community Development Director
  • Daniel Folke, City of Flagstaff Development Services Director
    Email Daniel Folke
  • Christopher Tressler, Coconino County Engineering Division Manager
    Email Christopher Tressler
  • John Wennes, ADOT Planning Program Manager


The Flagstaff Metropolitan Planning Organization's (FMPO) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is comprised of technical and/or managerial staff representatives from each of the participating agencies. In addition, there may be one or more ex-officio non-voting representatives each from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and Northern Arizona University. Additional organizations may be added in the future by Executive Board Directive for voting or ex-officio non-voting status. Each ex-officio non-voting member must be approved by her/his respective agency.


  • Conducting technical reviews and analysis regarding all work activities of the Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP), and any related issues as specified by the FMPO's Executive Board and then advising the Executive Board on appropriate actions to be taken
  • Working closely with the FMPO staff, providing guidance and direction for the development of the annual UPWP/Budget and work activities defined therein
  • Formulating and forwarding policies that:
    • Match Board priorities
    • Are technically sound
    • Are, or can be made, compatible with the policies of each member agency
  • Reviewing work produced by and for the FMPO and making technical recommendations to improve its quality and compatibility with current or future policy