August 17, 2020 CRTPA Meeting (Virtual Meeting)

Event Details

NOTE:  The public is invited to view the meeting when it is being conducted by clicking here or by viewing the meeting’s live broadcast on Comcast Channel 13 (WCOT-13).

  1. Call To Order and Roll Call
  2. Agenda Modifications
  3. Public Comment on Unagendaed Items

    IMPORTANT: CRTPA public comment for this meeting may be submitted online at until 5 p.m. on August 14 in order to allow sufficient time for provision to CRTPA members prior to the meeting. Any comments submitted after this time will be accepted and included as part of the official record of the meeting.

  4. Consent Agenda
    1. Minutes of the June 15, 2020 MeetingAgenda Item
    2. FDOT 2019 Joint Certification of the CRTPAAgenda Item
    3. Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Administrative Amendments Agenda Item
  5. Consent Items Pulled For Discussion
  6. CRTPA Action
    1. M-CORES UpdateAgenda Item

      This item provides an update on the Florida Department of Transportation Multi-use Corridors of Regional Economic Significance (M-CORES) initiative.

    2. Connections 2045 Regional Mobility Plan (RMP)Agenda Item

      CRTPA staff and Kimley-Horn have continued the development of the RMP from the Needs Plan through to, but not including, the Draft Cost Feasible Plan.  The intent of this agenda item is to bring the CRTPA Board up to speed on these efforts and to move towards presenting the Draft Cost Feasible Plan at the September 2020 CRTPA Board meeting.

  7. Florida Department Of Transportation Report
  8. Executive Director’s Report
  9. CRTPA Information
    1. Future Meeting DatesAgenda Item
    2. Committee ActionsAgenda Item
  10. CRTPA Citizen Comment
  11. Items From CRTPA Board Members


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