Keeping The Capital Region Moving

The Capital Region Transportation Planning Agency (CRTPA) is the region’s metropolitan planning organization (MPO). As such, the CRTPA is responsible for coordinating transportation planning within Florida’s Capital Region.

Funding the Capital Region's Multimodal Projects

The CRTPA works to both identify and implement multimodal projects with Florida’s Capital Region. The agency’s 5-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) identifies the projects currently receiving funding in the region. 

Get Involved!

There are many ways to get involved in the transportation planning process of Florida’s capital region.  Involvement may include attending meetings or serving on the CRTPA’s Citizens Multimodal Advisory Committee.  Whatever options you choose, your vision for the region’s transportation will help shape our community.

Coastal Trail Opens!

Capital City to the Sea Trails – Coastal Trail (St. Marks Trail to US 319 segment) is open for use with other segments under construction…

News & Project Meetings

Orange Avenue PD&E Study Hybrid Public Hearing – July 29

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will hold a hybrid public hearing concerning the S.R. 371/373 (Orange Avenue)…

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Performance Management

Learn the latest related to the CRTPA’s performance management which provides a strategic approach to connect investment and policy decisions to achieve performance goals…

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CRTPA Adopts FY 22 – FY 26 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

The CRTPA’s TIP was adopted at the agency’s June 15 meeting…

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Community Traffic Safety Teams (CTSTs)

Community Traffic Safety Teams (CTSTs) are comprised of local highway safety advocates committed to solving traffic safety problems. Within the CRTPA region, there are four such teams…

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CRTPA Meetings

August 24, 2020 CRTPA Executive Committee Meeting
Meeting Type: CRTPA Executive Committee
Date and Time: August 24, 2021 2:00 pm
Location: City of Tallahassee City Hall, Tallahassee Room (2nd, Floor)
September 7, 2021 TAC Meeting
Meeting Type: TAC Meetings
Date and Time: September 7, 2021 9:00 am
September 7, 2021 CMAC Meeting
Meeting Type: CMAC Meetings
Date and Time: September 7, 2021 11:30 am

Past Meetings

June 15, 2021 CRTPA Meeting & Regional Mobility Plan Amendment Public Hearing
Meeting Type: CRTPA Board Meetings
Date and Time: June 15, 2021 1:30 pm
Location: City Of Tallahassee Commission Chambers
Documents: Agenda Package (PDF) Agenda Package (BoardDocs)
May 18, 2021 CRTPA Meeting
Meeting Type: CRTPA Board Meetings
Date and Time: May 18, 2021 1:30 pm
Location: City Of Tallahassee Commission Chambers
Documents: Agenda Package (PDF) Agenda Package (BoardDocs)
April 20, 2021 CRTPA Meeting (CANCELLED)
Meeting Type: CRTPA Board Meetings
Date and Time: April 20, 2021 1:30 pm
Location: City Of Tallahassee Commission Chambers

Interactive TIP

The CRTPA’s Interactive Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) provides you an opportunity to view the projects that have received funding in the CRTPA’s most recent FY 22 – FY 26 TIP. Simply click on each project identified on the map and find out more information! The CRTPA TIP provides a five-year listing of state and federally funded transportation projects within the capital region (Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon and Wakulla counties).

Current CRTPA Projects

US 90 Multi-Use Trail Feasibility Study

Evaluating the feasibility of connecting Tallahassee to Monticello on US 90 through the construction of a multi-use trail is currently being study by the CRTPA…

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Thomasville Road Multi-Use Path

As the initial pilot project for the 2019 Tallahassee-Leon County Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Update, the Thomasville Road corridor has been identified…

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The Connections 2045 Regional Mobility Plan (RMP) was adopted at the November 23, 2020 CRTPA meeting. The RMP is the agency’s Long Range Transportation Plan that is updated every 5 years and identifies projects to address the CRTPA region’s future transportation needs.

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