Policy Coordinating Committee (PCC)

The Policy Coordinating Committee (PCC) is responsible for review and approval of the Columbus-Phenix City Transportation Study and all aspects including goals, objectives, plans, and programs developed by the Study.


To learn more about the formation and responsibilities of this committee, read the Policy Committee Bylaws.

PCC Board Members

    The Policy Committee is staffed by local and national transportation specialist.

    Voting Members:
  • Mayor B.H. "Skip" Henderson, III, Columbus - Chair
  • Mayor Eddie Lowe, Phenix City, Alabama - Vice Chairman
  • Charles Coffey, Chairman, Cusseta-Chattahoochee (Georgia) Commission
  • Mayor Richard Cooley, Smiths Station, Alabama
  • Rod Costello, Chairman, Russell County (Alabama) Commission
  • Bill English, Chairman, Lee County Commission
  • Rosa Evans, Director of METRA, Columbus
  • Steve Graben, Southeast Regional Engineer, Alabama DOT
  • Will Johnson, Director of Planning, Columbus
  • Cathy Williams, Georgia State Transportation Board
  • Jannine Miller, Director of Planning, Georgia DOT
  • Lisa Sandt, Lee Russell County of Governments, PEX
    The Policy Committee is staffed by local and national transportation specialist.

    Advisory Members (non-voting):
  • Mark D. Bartlett, Division Administrator, FHWA, Alabama
  • Bradley B. Lindsey, State Local Transportation Engineer, Alabama DOT
  • Sabrina David, Division Administrator, FHWA, Georgia
  • Tyler Peak, District Engineer, Georgia DOT

PCC Board Meetings

Meets at
Time:10:30 AM
Location:Government Center, Ground Level - Conference Room  Google Maps
  ( Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Times and dates are subject to change.)
  Click here to view Schedule

Meeting Date Minutes
October 20, 2020 Agenda | Minutes
January 19, 2021 Agenda | Minutes

PCC Meeting

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