A regional mobility authority (RMA) is a political subdivision formed by one or more counties to finance, acquire, design, construct, operate, maintain, expand or extend transportation projects. These projects may be tolled or non-tolled. See TxDOT's RMA handbook for more information.
|Alamo RMA||c/o Bexar County Public Works
233 N. Pecos La Trinidad, Suite 420
San Antonio, TX 78207
Chair: John Clamp
|Cameron County RMA||3461 Carmen Ave.
Rancho Viejo, TX 78575
Chair: David E. Allex
|Camino Real RMA||300 N. Campbell, 2nd Floor
El Paso, TX 79901
|Central Texas RMA||3300 N. I-35, Suite 300
Austin, TX 78705
Chair: Ray A. Wilkerson
|Grayson County RMA||4700 Airport Drive
Denison, TX 75020
Chair: Bill Hubbard
|North East Texas RMA||909 ESE Loop 323, Suite 520
Tyler, TX 75701
Chair: Linda Thomas
|Hidalgo County RMA||118 S. Cage Blvd., 4th Floor
Pharr, TX 78577
Chair: Randy Sweeten
|Sulphur River RMA||1125 Bonham St.
Paris, TX 75460
Chair: E. Delbert Horton
|Webb County – Laredo RMA||Laredo, TX 78045
Chair: Ruben Soto, Jr.
Annual Reports to the Commission
Each year, the Texas Transportation Commission requires RMAs to submit a compliance report and a project report. There are specific requirements for each report.
Compliance Report Requirements
Per 43 Texas Administrative Code (TAC) §26.65(a), RMAs must submit a compliance report to the TxDOT executive director within 150 days after the end of the RMA fiscal year. The following files should be filled out and sent to TxDOT:
Project Report Requirements
Per 43 TAC §26.65(b), No later than Dec. 31 of each year, RMAs must submit to the Texas Transportation Commission a written report that describes the progress made during the year on each transportation project or system of projects of the RMA, including the initial project for which the RMA was created.
Note: For more information, please view the Texas Administrative Code.