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County Supervisor Curt Hagman Elected Regional Transportation Chairman

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On Thursday, April 2, 2017, San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Curt Hagman was elected by his peers as Chairman of the critical Transportation Committee of the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG).

The role of the Transportation Committee is to study problems, programs and other matters which pertain to the regional issues of mobility, air quality, transportation control measures and communications, and make recommendation on such matters to the Regional Council.

“I am humbled by the confidence shown in me by my colleagues this morning.  Safe and reliable modes of transportation allow our residents and businesses to take advantage of all available opportunities to live and thrive,” said Hagman.

He continued, “As Chairman, it will be my goal to work with members of the Transportation Committee to secure the success of our region for our communities, both now and in the future.”

Transportation is the largest Committee within SCAG, and the one involving the most infrastructure improvement expenditures annually.  Major programs under the purview of Transportation Committee are Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP), Aviation, Highway, Transportation Finance and Transportation Conformity.

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