May 15, 2018 CRTPA Meeting

Event Details

  1. Call To Order and Roll Call
  2. CRTPA Citizen Comment
  3. Agenda Modifications
  4. Consent Agenda
    1. Minutes of the March 19 MeetingAgenda Item
    2. CRTPA Citizens Multimodal Advisory Committee (CMAC) AppointmentsAgenda Item
    3. FY 2016/17 – FY 2017/18 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) AmendmentsAgenda Item
  5. Consent Items Pulled For Discussion
  6. CRTPA Action

    The public is welcome to comment on any discussion item after a motion has been made and seconded. Each member of the public is provided three (3) minutes to address the CRTPA.

    1. Apalchaee Parkway/Magnolia Drive Intersection UpdateAgenda Item

      The Florida Department of Transportation will provide an update on scheduled modifications to this intersection.

    2. Final FY 2018/19 – FY 2019/20 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP)Agenda Item

      The Final UPWP reflecting the CRTPA’s transportation planning activities for the next two years has been developed for board adoption.

    3. Draft FY 2020 - FY 2024 CRTPA Priority Project Lists (PPL) Discussion

      The Draft FY 2020 – FY 2024 Priority Project Lists, scheduled for adoption in June, have been developed for board discussion. The lists to be discussed consist of the following:

      1. Regional Mobility Plan (RMP) Roadways Priority Project List  Agenda Item
      2. Transportation Systems Management (TSM) Priority Project List  Agenda Item
      3. Regional Mobility Plan (RMP) Bicycle and Pedestrian Priority Project List  Agenda Item
      4. Regional Trails Priority Project List  Agenda Item


    4. Thomasville Road (Hermitage Blvd to Live Oak Plantation Rd) Roadway Safety AuditAgenda Item

      The Florida Department of Transportation will provide an update on initial findings by FDOT District 3 associated with a recent road safety audit of Thomasville Road.

  7. Florida Department Of Transportation Report
  8. Executive Director’s Report


  9. CRTPA Information
    1. CorrespondenceAgenda Item
    2. Future MeetingsAgenda Item
    3. Committee Actions (CMAC & TAC)Agenda Item
  10. CRTPA Citizen Comment
  11. Items From CRTPA Board Members


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