Our regional strategies in housing, transportation, and economic development improve the quality of life for Western Riverside County and San Diego residents.

Organizational Structure

I-15 Interregional Partnership Joint Policy Committee Charter

The I-15 Interregional Partnership (IRP) is a voluntary partnership between elected officials representing the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) and the Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) as well as other key decision-makers from public and private sector organizations.

Working through a committee structure, the Partnership will identify and
prioritize issues related to jobs/housing balance and traffic congestion along
the I-15 Corridor, recommend strategies and model approaches to address the issues, and promote adoption of its recommendations into existing
jurisdictional and agency plans and programs. Evaluation will occur on both a policy and a technical level.

I-15 IRP Policy Committee

The I-15 IRP Policy Committee (PDF) is the Partnership's decision-making policy board.


The Committee is composed of no more than three elected officials from the San Diego region and three from the Southwestern Riverside County region, designated from the Boards of Directors of the participating agencies in the I-15 Interregional Partnership: SANDAG; WRCOG; Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC); and the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA).

Co-Chair Structure

Meeting Times and Locations

The Committee will meet at least two times each year to monitor progress on interregional collaboration. When funding is available for specific projects or studies the Committee will meet more frequently. The meetings will alternate between locations in southwestern Riverside County and northern San Diego County.