The Alamo RMA is a Regional Mobility Authority, operating in accordance with Chapter 370 of the Texas Transportation Code, and in compliance with Board directed policies.

All RMA adopted documents are available as downloadable PDF documents.

The Texas Transportation Code, Chapter 370, is available here as a web page.

These Bylaws are made and adopted for the regulation of the affairs and the performance of the functions of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority (the “Authority”), a regional mobility authority authorized and existing pursuant to Chapter 370 of the Transportation Code, as the same may be amended from time to time (the "RMA Act"), as well as rules adopted by the Texas Department of Transportation concerning the operation of regional mobility authorities, located at 43 Tex. Admin. Code  §26.1, et seq. (the "RMA Rules"). 
Environmental Review
These procedures are adopted pursuant to Transportation Code §370.188 and are applicable only to transportation projects that are not otherwise subject to review under (1) the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (42 U.S.C. Section 4321, et seq.); or (2) environmental review and approval conducted by the Texas Department of Transportation (“TxDOT”) or the Texas Transportation Commission (the “Commission”).

Transfer Policy
These procedures are made and adopted pursuant to Texas Transportation Code (“Code”) §370.035 as well as Texas Department of Transportation (“TxDOT”) rules concerning the operation of regional mobility authorities (43 Tex. Admin. Code §26.01 et seq.; the “TxDOT RMA Rules”).

Governance Guidelines
The Board of Directors (the Board) believes strong corporate governance is required for the continuing success of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority. Initial success has been the direct result of the Authority’s planning, high business standards and dedicated leadership. To accomplish its strategic goals, during the initial year the Authority developed a program of corporate governance. The practices of this program are memorialized and enhanced in these guidelines. These guidelines assure the Board will have the necessary authority and practices in place to review and evaluate the Authority’s progress and the effectiveness of the Board.