Projects

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Southwest Area Transportation Plan (SATP)

The Southwest Area Transportation Plan (SATP) was adopted by the CRTPA on September 16, 2019...

Town of Havana Main Street Assessment

The Town of Havana Main Street Assessment was approved by the CRTPA on February 18, 2020...

Monticello Bike Trail Extension

The Monticello Bike Trail Feasibility Study was approved by the CRTPA on September 16, 2019...

Pensacola Street Operational Analysis

The Pensacola Street Operational Analysis was approved by the CRTPA on February 19, 2019...

Tharpe Street Operational Analysis

The Tharpe Street Operational Analysis was approved by the CRTPA on February 19, 2019...

The Regional Transit Study
Date: 3/15/2010

Project was accepted by the CRTPA Board on March 15, 2010. The RTS was initiated to develop a long-term vision for transit within the capital region.

Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)

Every two (2) years, the CRTPA coordinates the solicitation and ranking or TA projects and programs from the four-county CRTPA region that are seeking to receive federal funding that meet the eligibility of the federal Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside Program. The CRTPA is now soliciting new TAP projects. Once reviewed and ranked, eligible projects are placed on the agency's TAP Priority Project List for federal funding consideration.

Photo of School Bus
Tallahassee-Leon County Safe Routes to School Study

Project completed in August 2014.

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