Permanent Voting Members
Ulster County Executive, Chair
City of Kingston Mayor
Town of Saugerties Supervisor
Town of Ulster Supervisor
NYS Thruway Authority Executive Director
NYSDOT Commissioner, Secretary
Two-Year Voting Members (Alternate Biennially)
Town of Esopus Supervisor*
Town of Hurley Supervisor*
Town of Kingston Supervisor*
Town of Lloyd Supervisor
Town of Marlborough Supervisor*
Town of New Paltz Supervisor 
Town of Plattekill Supervisor 
Town of Rosendale Supervisor *
Town of Shawangunk Supervisor*
Town of Wawarsing Supervisor*
Town of Woodstock Supervisor
Village of Ellenville Mayor
Village of New Paltz Mayor*
Village of Saugerties Mayor
* Current Voting Member until June 2019
7 as 1 Rural Membership
Town of Denning Supervisor
Town of Gardiner Supervisor
Town of Hardenburgh Supervisor
Town of Marbletown Supervisor *
Town of Olive Supervisor
Town of Rochester Supervisor
Town of Shandaken Supervisor
* Current Voting Representative
Non-Voting Advisory Members
Federal Highway Administration
Federal Transit Administration
Federal Railroad Administration
NYS Bridge Authority
NYS Department of Environmental Conservation

Final UCTC policy and decision making authority rests with its voting members at Policy Committee meetings. The Policy Committee is comprised of chief elected officials from urbanized and non-urbanized areas throughout Ulster County along with the New York State Department of Transportation and the New York State Thruway Authority. The Ulster County Executive serves as Chair of the Policy Committee. The Policy Committee is supported by Non-voting Advisory and Technical Committees comprised of municipal and transportation agency officials.

In addition to permanent voting members, the UCTC voting structure includes alternating two-year voter membership. Less urbanized municipalities are paired together based upon geographic location and municipal population, and alternate every two years on June 4. UCTC voting membership is identified in Table 1.

In addition to permanent and two-year alternating voter members, the UCTC Operating Procedures identify seven (7) rural municipalities to collectively serve as one (1) rural voting member (also known as the “7 as 1” rural voter arrangement). In accordance with UCTC Operating Procedures, the Ulster County Association of Town Supervisors or UCATS appoints one Supervisor to represent the seven municipalities. Term limits for the “7 as 1” rural voting seat is determined by UCATS.

The UCTC Policy Committee is supported by a Technical Committee comprised of appointed municipal and transportation agency staff representing Ulster County municipalities and transportation agency interests. The Technical Committee monitors the operational aspects of the UCTC planning program for consistency with Federal, State, and local planning requirements, reviews technical and policy-oriented projects and programs, makes recommendations to the Policy Committee for consideration, and monitors the activities of staff.

The UCTC is supported by Non-Voting Advisory Members to assist with the planning process and help guide the Technical and Policy Committees with decision-making and policy formulation.

The day-to-day activities of the UCTC are supported by 2.5 FTE staff members to ensure the overall planning program is executed in a timely and efficient manner, and in accordance with Federal regulations. Ulster County is the host agency for all UCTC-related staffing and planning studies. Staff is housed within the Ulster County Office Building within the Ulster County Planning Department office. The UCTC’s budget is embedded within the Ulster County Planning Department’s budget and managed by the Director of the Ulster County Planning Department. Staff, equipment, supplies, rent, consulting studies, and other expenses used to support UCTC staffing operations are 95% reimbursable to Ulster County.