TRAFFIC CONTROL SUPERVISORS ASSOCIATION
To provide a means and environment for the exchange of ideas and knowledge
for the mutual benefit of its members. Through association, to keep abreast of the
latest mechanical and technical developments of materials, tools and equipment
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About tcsa
The Traffic Control Supervisors Association, TCSA, is an association of professionals employed full time in the field of traffic operations and related fields who are dedicated to ensuring safe effective travel through the transportation corridors of their respective jurisdictions
TCSA CHAPTERS
Northern, Central, and Southern California
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Traffic Control Supervisors Association (commonly referred to as TCSA), is an association of professional members employed full time in the field of traffic operations and other related fields dedicated to ensuring safe effective travel through the transportation corridors in our respective jurisdictions by means of furthering education and networking, keeping up to date on the latest changes in laws, methodology, improved materials and equipment.
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TRACON

Once a year there is a statewide conference known as “TRACON” This conference-workshop and exhibition draws members from throughout the state and allows you to gain many new acquaintances and to participate in valuable training programs

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What we Offer

The Traffic Control Supervisors Association, TCSA, is an association of professionals employed full time in the field of traffic operations and related fields who are dedicated to ensuring safe effective travel through the transportation corridors of their respective jurisdictions
Education

TCSA prides itself on continuing education through formal and informal classes and workshops for our members. At our yearly Traffic Control Conference we offer certificate level education classes as well as industry leading experts to advise and guide our members in the ever changing field we work in.

State Board Members

President
Mark Faulconer
City of Clovis

markf@cityofclovis.com

Vice President
Chris Zarate
San Joaquin County

czarate@sjgov.org

 

Secretary
Open
    

Treasurer
Open, Temporarily filled by Mark Faulconer
City of Clovis

markf@cityofclovis.com

Vendor Representative
Northern Chapter

Ben Howseman
Dispensing Technology Corporation

benh@dispensingtech.com

Vendor Representative
Valley Chapter
Tom Ochoa
T&T Pavement Markings and Products

tandtpavemark@hotmail.com

Vendor Representative
Southern Chapter

Anthony Ribas
Pacific Products and Services

anthony@pacificproductsandservices.com

 

Testimonials

What our members are Saying About us

"TCSA has provided my workers the opportunity to gain needed training, advice, and exposure to the newest methods and equipment, making them not just workers but specialists in the field of traffic safety. The networking and sharing ideas with workers from other agencies has been a real plus, giving each participant a feeling of belonging and involvement  with something greater than just our crew."

Amy Farrell
Traffic Control Superintendent
County of Tulare, CA

 “TCSA has helped our business build and create relationships with current and new customers.  TCSA allows the industry to come together and exchange ideas, training and education.  It has allowed our sales team to keep up with industry standards and keep communication open with our customers.  Being a part of TCSA establishes our credibility and trust with agencies as well as other vendors”

Pacific Products & Services

Highland, California

 

“The TCSA program has been very helpful to the San Joaquin County Traffic Maintenance Department. From the vendors and speakers who take their time to set up and give workshops on various topics related to our field of work to the participants and members who attend. Giving everyone a chance to meet and interact with his or her neighbors. Being able to compare equipment needs, procedures and share information on products. These can be valuable networking resources.”

Chris Zarate
Traffic Maintenance Department
San Joaquin County