Fall Business Meetings
+ Call on Washington

September 12 + 13

Washington D.C.

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Committee Meeting Agendas + Minutes

Regulatory Policy Committee

The Regulatory Policy Committee is responsible for developing TCA's policies and solutions relating to federal and state legislation and regulations. Issues handled by the Committee include (but are not limited to) regulatory reform; motor carrier safety; non-highway taxes; meal deductibility; vehicle maintenance and engineering; environmental; international and cross-border. At the discretion of TCA's chairman, in some instances this committee will share responsibility for addressing issues with the Highway Policy Committee.

Membership Committee

The Membership Committee has oversight responsibility for TCA's membership development and retention programs and activities.

Independent Contractor Policy Committee

The Independent Contractor Practices Policy Committee is responsible for developing TCA policy and solutions involving issues relating to independent contractor drivers. Issues handled by the Committee include (but are not limited to) employment classification issues, workers compensation, tax matters, and carrier leasing issues.

Communications & Image Committee

The Communications & Image Committee oversees TCA's programs and communications aimed at enhancing the industry's public image. The committee provides guidance and assistance for the Driver of the Year Contests, U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund's The Wall That Heals, and partners with Wreaths Across America for an annual driver appreciation dinner. The committee also develops TCA programs and activities aimed at the utilization of TCA's Highway Angel program to improve driver retention.

Highway Policy Committee

The Highway Policy Committee is responsible for developing TCA policies and solutions relating to issues affecting the efficient movement of commercial vehicles on the highways. Issues handled by the Committee include (but are not limited to) size and weight; National Highway System; Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems; intermodal; environmental; international and cross-border; highway vehicle taxes, fees and registrations; and toll roads. At the discretion of TCA's chairman, in some instances this Committee will share responsibility for addressing issues with the Regulatory Policy Committee.

Recruitment, Retention, Human Resources Committee

The Recruitment & Retention Human Resources Committee is responsible for developing TCA policies and solutions relating to driver recruitment and retention, and human resources and labor issues. Issues handled by the Committee include (but are not limited to) wage and hour; OSHA; workers compensation; and unemployment compensation.

Board of Directors

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