KMPO is overseen by a Board of Directors, which includes one official from each jurisdiction. The 2016 Board of Directors includes:
Marc Eberlein, Kootenai County; Chair James Mangan, Worley Highway District; Rod Twete, Lakes Highway District; Damon Allen, Idaho Transportation Department; Vice Chair Jim Kackman, Coeur d'Alene Tribe; Fred Meckel, City of Rathdrum; Dan Gookin, City of Coeur d'Alene; Lynn Borders, City of Post Falls; Terry Werner, Post Falls Highway District; Terry Sverdsten, East Side Highway District; Dick Panabaker, City of Hayden.
KCATT assists KMPO staff in the development of an annual work program. The annual work program will identify planning projects and achievements expected for the coming fiscal year, and will be submitted to the KMPO Policy Board for approval each June.
Committee members recommend projects and priorities for inclusion in the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and the long-range plan. They report on the status of projects approved for the funding in the TIP to KMPO staff monthly, and make recommendations for delays and advances to funding as necessary. The KCATT Committee also assists KMPO Board Staff with maintenance and periodic updates and calibration of the regional travel demand model (VISUM).
KMPO Policy Board meetings are held at the City of Post Falls Council Chambers. The Coucil Chambers are on the first floor of the City Hall at 408 N. Spokane St., Post Falls, ID (Parking for the City Hall is off 4th and 5th Ave. entrances). There is a map on the City website under FAQ's (www.postfalls.org).