The Cross Plains Rural Transportation Council (CPRTC) was initiated 2001 in order to better address federal and state guidelines relating to public involvement of rural communities in the transportation planning process.
Incorporating county, state and other political officials from outside the Wichita Falls metropolitan area into one united group, the CPRTC serves to represent the rural communities of the nine counties of the Wichita Falls District and to assist local TxDOT officials.
The CPRTC communicates local project needs so that towns, counties and rural cities have the opportunity to get more involved in the early stages of highway project planning and selection.
To advise and influence the planning and development of rural transportation needs and projects relative to the rural region serviced by the Cross Plains Rural Transportation Council and communicate those needs and recommendations to all levels of government.
Council membership includes nine county judges and one representative from each incorporated city. Current officers include:
All meetings are held at the Nortex Regional Planning Commission.
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