The Treasure Coast Transportation Council (TCTC) is an administrative entity created by interlocal agreement in April of 2006 between the Indian River, St. Lucie, and Martin County MPOs. Developed under authority of Chapter 339.175(5)(i)(2), Florida Statutes, the purpose of the TCTC is to provide a formal mechanism to coordinate regional transportation planning on the Treasure Coast. Specific duties of the TCTC include creation of a Regional Long Range Transportation Plan; a process for prioritization of regional projects; a regional public involvement process; and measures of effectiveness to assess regional performance.
The six-member board is comprised of the MPO Chairman and one other MPO member from each of the three member counties. In Indian River County, the second member is the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners, with the Vice-Chairmen of the MPO and BCC serving as alternates. Non-voting members include representatives of FDOT, Florida's Turnpike, and the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council. Meetings are held bi-annually, with administrative duties of the TCTC performed by the each of the three member MPOs on a rotating basis.