The mission of the Amador County Transportation Commission is to achieve partnerships and community consensus in order to fulfill the over-arching goal of the Countywide Regional Transportation Plan. The over-arching goal of the Countywide Regional Transportation Plan is:
Provide a transportation and circulation system that is safe, efficient, convenient, comfortable, and that meets the transportation needs of people and goods, and that is compatible with other scenic, historic, economic, and recreational resource values.
The Amador County Transportation Commission (ACTC) was designated as the Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA) for Amador County by the California Business and Transportation Agency in 1972. The Commission’s roles and responsibilities fall generally into two overlapping categories: (1) administration of Transportation Development Act (TDA) and other funds that are allocated to the Commission, and (2) to serve as the Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA) for Amador County.